Sun 16 August 2009, The Guardian

Prince of Wales tried to topple architect over St Paul's

By Robert Booth
The Prince of Wales lobbied for one of the world's leading architects to be dropped from a £500m office and shopping complex beside St Paul's Cathedral so one of his preferred designers could take over, the Guardian has learned.
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