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ARUP DROPPED

ARUP DROPPED: Structural engineer Arup is believed to have left the troubled £55 million project to build the new south stand at the home of English rugby union in Twickenham, west London. The move, thought to have been caused by a rift with main contractor Carillion, comes ahead of this Sunday's international between England and New Zealand. The new stand will eventually increase capacity from 75,000 to 82,000 and was originally due to be ready this month.

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