As much as I love it, I didn't want to play Gagarin two store champs in a row. I spotted this aginfusion list from ctz, but I couldn't quite get it to work so I thought that I'd try and build on it / adjust it for the me / the UK meta.
If you are going to play an 8 card agenda suite, your 9th agenda is Fast Track. Without it, you will miss scoring windows and you can lose very easily to R&D lock.
Divert Power is a god send for AgInfusion - which has always wanted for a reliable way to rez ICE independent of runner actions. The fact that it also derezzes ICE that you can then use to trigger your ID ability is just icing on the cake. Similar story for Thimblerig.
You need a massive amount of economy to fuel Jinteki Glacier - more so in AgInfusion than either Palana or Mti (imho). Letting a runner steal an early SSL Endorsement will ofen open up a scoring window.
What, no Excalibur? Well, between Security Nexus, Engolo, and Aumakua - it seems like everyone has an answer (and that's probably for the best). Also, in a country where 419 (predominantly with security nexus) has won almost every single 2019 Store Champ, Anansi is huge. And, if you are going to play Anansi, Obokata Protocol starts to look real good - just don't trick yourself into playing Kakugo.
Blue Level Clearance vs Marilyn Campaign - It seems crazy to spend 4 inf splashing Blue Level Clearance, but 3 x Marilyn Campaign is probably not right either. It has a cute synergy with Divert Power, but they don't tend to stick in the remote that long.
I like Eli 1.0 over IP Block - there is no tag punishment in the deck (obv), and Eli 1.0 is much more impactful on the remote than IP Block. It's worse against TTW, but you have other spiky ICE (that also make better AgInfusion bounces).