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Hawksmoor has come to the City. Mahogany panelling, copper lights and mammoth breakfasts, it evokes days of boozy lunches and more profligate corporate spending. Will it work?
Next time you mull over what the recession has done to your business, take inspiration from these shops in London which are over 100 years old and still going strong
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