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Topic - Meg Hillier
Welcome to Eastminster? After hosting record-breaking athletes and jubilant crowds, east London's Olympic Park could find its next tenants are British lawmakers who may have to temporarily quit their storied home amid major repairs to the centuries-old complex.
Meg Hillier, a lawmaker with the opposition Labor Party, urged legislators to relocate to the now-vacant media center at Olympic Park.
"It could happily house Parliament in the interim while the work is done," Ms. Hillier said.