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Lord Mandelson is UK's Business Secretary. He is former Northern Ireland Secretary. In March 09, Lord Mandelson had an embrassing moment soon after coming out of his car to attend the Government's low-carbon industrial strategy summit when a protester Ms. Deen threw green custard in his face protesting his attendance when he favoured the expansion of Heathrow airport.

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