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five years after the murder of a Surrey family

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on holiday in the Alps, the brother tells of his

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frustation with the French handling of the case.

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The investigation itself was based on conjecture rather than proper

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evidence and that's why the whole thing has failed.

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We speak to the French investigator who admits they've

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let the family down. Also tonight -

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as the royals visit a new community centre providing

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mental health support for Grenfell victims - we talk to one survivor

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All these are materialistic things. I'm happier with them.

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Plus from the D-day landings to Duck tours on the Thames.

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Why these amphibious vehicles are being beached for good.

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Five Guys Named Moe returns to the West End after 25 years -

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or should I say "pop up" in Marble Arch.

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Welcome to BBC London News with me Riz Lateef.

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It was the triple murder of a Surrey family gunned down in their car

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while on holiday in the Alps. No-one has ever been charged.

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Exactly five years on - the brother of Saad al-Hilli,

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has told us how he feels the French investigation has failed them.

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The woman leading the inquiry admits mistakes have been made -

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and now suspects they may have been the victims of a "random attack".

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent, Nick Beake reports.

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The family holiday that ended in murder. Five years on, it remains a

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mystery. The bodies of Saad al-Hilli, his wife and her mother

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were found in a forest near lake Annecy in the French Alps. Saad

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al-Hilli's brother from Surrey was treated as a suspect before being

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released. He is highly critical of the whole French police

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investigation. From the beginning, they handled the whole case very

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badly. Very poorly. The investigation itself was based on

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conjecture rather than proper evidence. And that's why the whole

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thing has failed. When a passer-by found the bullet ridden family car,

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four-year-old was hiding under her mother's body. Her older sister had

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been shot and beaten but Shittu survived. A French cyclist was also

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killed in the attack. Detectives disprove the theory he had been the

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real target but like all avenues pursued over the past five years, it

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came to nothing. The murder of the family in September 2012 near lake

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Annecy prompted a huge investigation. A year later, the

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brother is arrested amid rumours of a family feud but later released.

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Because of insufficient evidence. In late 2013, the police issued the

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sketch of a motorcyclist seen nearby. But he also is later ruled

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out. In 2014, an inquest in Surrey officially finds the three family

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members were unlawfully killed. And now three years old in 2017, still

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no one has been charged over the murders. The French lead prosecutor

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now thinks the family could have been simply in the wrong place at

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the wrong time. Victims of a random attack. She admits the police have

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so far failed the surviving family. TRANSLATION: Unfortunately, there

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are no new leads, no progress since last year. We are still looking for

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the murder weapon to find out who has it. But we haven't got any

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further with the motive or suspects. A case which has baffled

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investigators both at home and abroad, whoever the killer may be,

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for now, they have got away with it. This is Tooting Common,

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where locals are extremely angry, the Council wants to fell

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and replace 51 of these trees. It's almost three months

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since the Grenfell tragedy - Today Princes William and Harry

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visited a new community centre in the area which provides mental

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health support for the many children Our Political Editor Tim

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Donovan is also there - and Tim as we know, mental health,

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an issue very close to their hearts? Yes and they were very well

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received. The royal foundation has placed mental health issues to the

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for and that is where they are dedicating some of the resources.

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They put money into providing space in this building, very close to the

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tower. They were here for longer than expected today, nearly an hour.

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This is going to house a number of charities dealing with bereavement,

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counselling, help groups and the important thing is that those groups

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will be able to work together here and the princes met staff, some

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local teachers, a couple of pupils who were in the tower. And they met

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other survivors. Including this man. I spoke to Prince Harry. A really

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great experience, especially for my daughters as well who had a very

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good conversation with both of them. My daughter started school today

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which is great, that she started school because she is then going

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into a sort of Nirmala T but again -- a sort of normality but then I

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pick up from school and we go back to hotel room which brings us down.

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But everyone understands it is a difficult situation. One of the

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charities benefiting is Place To Be. You are presumably dealing with a

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range of mental health issues? It is not at all simple and everyone

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responds to the trauma in a different way. It is important there

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are a wide range of services to support them and we are sure we can

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scare lit up when needed. Great to have a building and a space, is that

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enough? It's a space where we can coordinate and charities can work

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together. Why is that important practically? In the first place, so

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we don't overlap and we're not doing similar things. There is a big need

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so a lot of charities are offering some of the services but so we can

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coordinate together and offer things together. What about timescale

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because presumably we want the original lease on this building?

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Trauma or mental health doesn't abide by timescales. This is a

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long-term issue and the idea is that we have this space, the four

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charities and we coordinate with all the other excellent community and

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volunteer organisations and we will review the space after those few

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months. Some talk today about suicide or suicide attempts relating

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to this tragedy. Any comment, any reflection on that? I think there

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will be a range of responses to this trauma and that highlights the

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importance of having as much support and funding for the support going

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forward in the years to come. Thank you. The emotional impact of this

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has occurred in many ways and has been eased to an extent in different

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ways. 169-year-old survivor from the tower was today reunited with some

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of her possessions. -- a 69-year-old survivor.

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Yes, my Gemini. Is that really important to you?

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It is. Why?

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It's my birthstone and I made it into a ring.

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Wow, that's interesting, that's good.

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Talk to me about why you are so happy.

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My late husband 's watch. Does that not make me happy?

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So it's been over two months now since you lost your flat,

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you are still living in a hotel but you have received some of your

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What sort of consolation is that for you?

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To me, actually, the consolation was that I was alive.

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I'm happy I got them but my life was more

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important. As soon as they start letting me

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build my life again, then the sooner there

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will be closure. Even if I've got all

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of this stuff back, there is no closure because I don't

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have a roof, I don't have my self-respect, I don't have

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dignity, I have nothing. Even though she has some

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of her jewellery back, the majority of this lady's possessions

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remain in the tower. She's just one of 12

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families to be reunited with her belongings so far.

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But for the majority of residents who survived,

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there's nothing left to be returned. The point is, she was reunited with

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those possessions when these people are in hotels, temporary

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accommodation and quite clearly it's not quite the same as home. Indeed.

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Tim in north Kensington, thank you. Two teenage boys are

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being treated in hospital after a double shooting in east

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London yesterday. No arrests have been made and police

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are appealing for witnesses. Let's speak to our reporter,

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Tolu Adeoye, who's in The teenagers were found in this

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alleyway behind me just after 3pm yesterday. Both suffering with

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gunshot wounds. A 14-year-old is now in a critical condition in hospital

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and a 17-year-old has suffered what has been described as life changing

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injuries. No arrests have yet been made and investigations are

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underway. Police have serious concerns after possible revenge

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attacks so there are extra officers patrolling and they have more stop

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and search powers. We're making sure we reassure the

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community. And we have to prevent this happening again. All of those

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resources we have said we are putting into this, section 60,

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Trident, intelligence officers, using local authority resources, all

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of those things will apprehend this kind of violence we are seeing on

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our streets. Gun crime has risen sharply in the

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capital over the last few years. Four teenagers have been killed this

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year alone. Police say this is something they are taking very

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seriously. They are appealing for people to come forward if they have

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information in this incident. Apologies for that. Or any other

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people who might be carrying weapons.

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Young people falling into gangs, committing crimes and anti-social

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behaviour - a persistent problem we can't seem to solve.

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Well, the Government thinks the solution lies,

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in part, with youth clubs. Which is why today it's

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promising almost ?7 million for projects across East London.

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When over the last five years at least 36 million has been

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cut from youth services across the capital.

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At this youth centre, life might be about to become a little easier for

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the staff and volunteers who run activities 4000 youngsters in

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Hackney. Today, central government handed them ?407,000 to spend over

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the next three years from the youth investment fund. It is an enormous

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amount of money for us to go over three years. It means we can make

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sure we can sustain what we do and we are able to build on it and also

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to help us to support other organisations. The government has

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targeted some of the most deprived areas which means in the capital,

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the entire amount of funding is going to youth centres all in east

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London. Understandably, that's not gone down well here in west London.

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This youth centre has been around for almost half a century but those

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who run it say it's on the brink of closure. After recent funding cuts.

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21-year-old Eddie used to come here as a boy and he now volunteers as a

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mentor for others. You see all these young crimes committed by young

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people who have no role models. You can come here and actually have

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people to look up to, people think, I want to get on with my education.

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The government has defended its funding strategy. Of course, there

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are other youth projects with funding streams attached to them

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that government is investing in in other parts of the country but this

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particular fund is going to focus on east London. The 20 projects across

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east London that will benefit. London assembly member Shaun Derry

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says many youth centres will continue to struggle despite the

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announcement. It doesn't really scratch the surface of the level of

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cuts we have seen. I found more than 36 million has been taken out of use

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services since 2011. This is not replenishing that gap. It is good

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the government has started to recognise the use services and the

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value they have, but they need to go further. For some, the funding boost

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is far too little, too late, for others, any investment in youth is a

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goal worth scoring. from ferrying GIs to

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touring with tourists. Why London's Duck Tours

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and their amphibious vehicles have Not one, not free but five guys

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named Moe popping up in Marble Arch for a musical performance like no

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other. Next, though, why would

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a much-loved avenue of trees Next week, all 51 horse-chestnuts -

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some more than a century old - will be cut down, much

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to the dismay of campaigners who Our environment correspondent,

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Tom Edwards, has the story. Tooting Common, a popular,

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beautiful green space in South London and,

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at its heart, an avenue of horse The council says it now has to fell

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51 of them and replace them Many who use the park

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oppose the plans. A lot of people in the local

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community weren't given the door-to-door consultations,

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they knew nothing about it. It's been alarming

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for the community. We're not trying to save trees just

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for the sake of saving trees. We're trying to save healthy,

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mature trees that simply The council, though,

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says the trees are old and diseased and two recently collapsed,

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and they're a safety risk. Others say the council

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is trying to cut costs. When trees get old, you have to look

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after them a bit more. And the answer to your question -

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why are they doing it? Well, you've got to follow

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the money, you know? It costs more money

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to maintain older trees. And the council wants

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to save some money. You know, it's austerity

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at-large basically. They've got to the point

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where they're having to cut down trees because they haven't got

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the money to look after them. There are eight million trees

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in London and the Mayor's office says that they cover 20%

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of their capital. Many are even older

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than these ones here. Experts say that is not

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a problem, but what they need Using the spurious argument that

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health and safety is the reason Jeremy is an independent

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tree expert. The bulk of the trees,

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there is nothing wrong with them. I mean, they are just normal

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maintenance and they've got decades left in them 20,

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30, 50 years some of them The felling of these trees

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could start in weeks. Campaigners say they intend to fight

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the removal all the way. They now want the Mayor,

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or the Government, to intervene. They may have survived Nazi Germany

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and the D-Day landings, but now London's Duck Tours

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and their unmistakable amphibious As Sonja Jessup explains,

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a new super sewer has sunk any hopes they could continue to ferry

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Londoners and tourists These bright yellow Duck Tours

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have been turning heads We do regard ourselves as being

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an iconic product of London. One of the great benefits we bring

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to London is that other So they don't have it in Paris

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or in other European countries. The tours will stop

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because they won't be Thames Water is taking it over

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to build a new super sewer. It says it's vital to remove tens

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of millions of tonnes I'm afraid we have looked

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at lots of alternatives. We have worked collaboratively

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with Duck Tours. We have tried to push back the time

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as long as possible until such time as they had to stop their

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operations, but there is really no practical, safe alternative

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to the one we have now. These amphibious trucks were first

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made in the US in the 1940s. Many of them actually

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served on D-Day and in You can tell a bit of its American

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history because, look, the driver is actually sitting

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on the wrong side. More than 1.8 million passengers

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have travelled on London Duck Tours Although services were suspended

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for a time in 2013, when one For many passengers today,

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this was a special trip, especially for Emma and her son Oliver,

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who has cancer. We had a big fund-raising effort

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to raise money for Oliver's bucket list and this is the first thing

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we have been able to do When we found out it was closing,

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we moved his treatment around and the doctors made it possible

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for us to come to London John hopes the Duck Tours

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might return one day. But in the meantime,

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what will become of the vehicles? We are considering

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working in Portugal. We have also been looking, we've

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been asked to look at Loch Ness. But they set sail on the Thames

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for the final time later this month. We've had pop-up bars,

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restaurants and cinemas. So how about a pop up theatre

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on Marble Arch roundabout? That's where the hit musical

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Five Guys Named Moe will be playing when it returns to the West

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End after 25 years. The traffic's been

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there longer than that. Interesting location! I know, it is

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not the first place you think of when you think of a night out at the

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theatre but here we are and marble arch roundabout and at the newly

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built marble arch theatre. A specially created to take us back in

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time. # We are the greatest band in

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town... # Five Guys Named Moe, that's us. It

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is the 1940s New Orleans and Five Guys Named Moe are all singing and

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dancing their way down memory lane. This production is a revival written

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by Clarke Peters who you might recognise from the TV series the

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wire and produced by one of the biggest names in musical theatre,

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Cameron Mackintosh. The idea was to do the show as part of the New

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Orleans event. It was not just coming to see the revival of a

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lovely show, but the show was the catalyst for an incredible evening.

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The musical recounts the antics of the five Moes. To the music of Louis

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Jordan. Its writer insists it is very current. Louis came out of the

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depression, out of the Second World War. Out of a time when society

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needed to have something to escape from and two. Are we not in those

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times? # It will is the sweetest thing...

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# But when she gets a wedding band, a man's no longer free.

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A simple but clever story pulls these songs and the five times have

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wonderful advice to a guy whose love life is a mess -- the five guys give

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wonderful advice. It is as simple as that and profound an entertaining

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the way they tell it. You want to escape and you want to

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come to marble arch to see Five Guys Named Moe. When you turn on your

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television and you get the blues event -- the Blues again, you are

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going to want to be here! Well, it is not just a theatre

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performance, it is something of an immersive experience for people who

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come here. We are in the Fourier weather is a live jazz band and

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there is a special 1940s style of bar. As you say, it is not an

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obvious location for a theatre. James Heatly is one of the people

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responsible for building this. Why marble arch? Why not marble arch? It

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has been grass with a monument for some time and we were talking at

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Westminster about using different spaces and they were keen we use

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something like the space to regenerate it and that is where we

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decided to put it. How difficult was it, what with the challenges of

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building a pop-up Theatre here? Very challenging. Surprisingly for

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London, that is not much infrastructure so we had to dig our

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own sewer connection, but in our own power and water before beginning any

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of this. And then it is the fun stuff, building the venues and

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putting the shows. And it is a special talent. Yes, pretty much the

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biggest in the UK currently. And they tore all over the world and

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this is very special and very old as far as Spiegel tents. Thank you,

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James. It is almost ashamed to call it a pop-up Theatre, but it is and

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it will be going when the show ends in Fabry next year.

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Thanks very much indeed. Now, just before the weather,

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have a look at this. A five-year-old boy got a bit

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of a shock when he found a python in his loo

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at his home in Southend. His mum called in

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a reptile specialist. Apparently, for a few days

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before, they'd thought Even though the snake

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has now been removed, the family have been weighing down

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the toilet seat as a precaution. Let's get a check

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on the weather with Wendy Hurrell. I don't know if I can, that is

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awful! We have quite grey skies at the moment. Today, it was a cold

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front. And that is now starting to clear with one or two showers on the

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back edge of it. And it means that for the middle part of the week it

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is going to be slightly fresher. It has been a humid start and you will

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notice that and colder nights as well. This is not a huge contrast,

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but 17 degrees in Southend last night and is the day it will be 13

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degrees. So less humid. It will just feel that bit more nippy. Through

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the night, a bit of a breeze. It has been picking up throughout the day.

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You can see the showers on the computer. That is going to be the

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case for Hertfordshire and Essex, heavier ones before it clears away.

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After midnight and into the early hours, the skies will completely

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clear and temperatures between ten and 13 degrees and there will be

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beatable sunshine first thing tomorrow morning. We will have a

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breeze blowing again but the sunshine will make it feel quite

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pleasant. Not as humid as it has been today. A bit nippy perhaps but

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temperatures doing fairly well into the afternoon with the breeze and

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some cloud. Around 20 degrees. Towards the end of the week, it

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starts to be less settled. On Thursday, we just about get away

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without too much of the rainfall and it will be largely dry with the risk

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of showers. A little blustery, cloud around and temperatures around 20

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degrees. It is towards the end of the week that we see this low

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pressure system showing up on that parks itself over us through the

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weekend. With some rain associated with that on Friday. Keep the

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umbrella on Friday, it is going to be stubborn to shift that rain. And

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there could be some heavy and thundery showers on Saturday and

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Sunday. But some sunshine as well. Mottled cloud! You are a font of

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knowledge! Thank you. Four serving British Army

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soldiers have been arrested on suspicion of being members

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of a banned neo-Nazi group. They're being held under

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the Terrorism Act in connection with links to the group National

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Action. The Russian President has

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said further sanctions against North Korea are useless -

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and that ramping up military hysteria could lead

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to global catastrophe. It comes after the US said it

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would table a new UN resolution Prince William and Prince Harry have

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visited a new community centre providing support for the victims of

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the Grenfell Tower disaster. They met members of the local community

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and volunteers leading the local effort.

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