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Since becoming a publicly-listed company in 2013, Merlin Entertainments has intermittently faced questions over how it is set up.
Announcement after announcement, delay after delay – you’d be forgiven for thinking that the London Paramount project was nothing more than a pipe dream.
2016 has proven memorable in the UK theme park industry for a number of reasons.
The internet has relentlessly dented the aspirations of many a theme park for keeping new ride projects under wraps until they open.
It is a common basis for a newspaper feature – ‘person loses X stone after ride embarrassment’ – or something similar.
Media outlets are well-known for sensationalising routine theme park occurrences, and Monday’s stoppage of Alton Towers’ Galactica ride was no different.