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Boris gets a little lost in finding source for London investment

Published on January 4th, 2014

London mayor Boris Johnson was quick to claim credit for Oxley Holdings buying a £200m development site in Docklands. “My team met with Oxley Holdings on our trade mission to China last month…

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