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David Beckham has just made a pie and mash shop famous. Or its food at least, which he requested on the set of his new Sky Sports ad. But it’s cold comfort for A Cooke’s on Goldhawk Road in Shepherd’s Bush: it’s been served a compulsory purchase order by Hammersmith & Fulham Council who want to develop the site. The council says it’s promised Cooke’s larger new premises, but owner Audrey Boughton says: ‘Our business is a slice of history – “Quadrophenia” was shot here.’ Rebecca Taylor
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