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Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 9 (2020)

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
British tourists NOT WELCOME in mainland Europe amid coronavirus crisis, new report suggests
RT: British tourists NOT WELCOME in mainland Europe amid coronavirus crisis, new report suggests The Covid-19 pandemic has left people in Germany, Italy, Spain and France more likely to oppose British holidaymakers visiting without self-isolating than they would tourists from any other European nation, new research has found. A survey by UK market research company YouGov showed that mainland Europeans’ biggest concerns were with Britons coming over to holiday in their countries without some form of quarantine.
BBC to end free TV licences for most over-75s after two month coronavirus-related delay
RT: BBC to end free TV licences for most over-75s after two month coronavirus-related delay The BBC is ending its free licence fee for over 75s in August, the public broadcaster announced, explaining it will start to means test old age pensioners to see if they will be entitled to a free TV licence. The BBC pushed back its plans to halt free TV licenses for millions in June because of the Covid-19 lockdown. Now, over 75s will have to pay the £157.
Coronavirus: Sir David Attenborough warns London Zoo risks 'extinction'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sir David Attenborough warns London Zoo risks 'extinction' The Zoological Society of London faces its "toughest challenge to date", warns the naturalist. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Taxes will rise to pay for virus, IFS think tank warns
BBC News: Coronavirus: Taxes will rise to pay for virus, IFS think tank warns The chancellor's huge economic support schemes will have to be paid for via higher taxes, the IFS says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Planned ops in May fell by 80% in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: Planned ops in May fell by 80% in England NHS England figures reveal how the pandemic has changed planned surgery, tests and A&E. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Frank Ludlow admits selling fake cures to the US
BBC News: Coronavirus: Frank Ludlow admits selling fake cures to the US Frank Ludlow was caught in a post office sending dozens of bogus remedies to the United States. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Chancellor Rishi Sunak sorry for not being able to protect all jobs
BBC News: Coronavirus: Chancellor Rishi Sunak sorry for not being able to protect all jobs The chancellor warns there will be a rise in unemployment after announcing measures to mitigate this. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Public spending soars, aviation 'ignored' and anger in Leicester
BBC News: Coronavirus: Public spending soars, aviation 'ignored' and anger in Leicester Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Thursday morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Executive to discuss NI's quarantine regulations
BBC News: Coronavirus: Executive to discuss NI's quarantine regulations Some travel operators are calling for NI to follow England and Scotland in easing restrictions. Continue reading.
Public spending on coronavirus soars to £190bn
BBC News: Public spending on coronavirus soars to £190bn PPE costs and support for the economy add to the rising bill for fighting the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hundreds of teaching posts to be created in Wales
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hundreds of teaching posts to be created in Wales Support will be particularly focused on disadvantaged pupils and those studying for exams. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How stand-up comedians are adapting to online gigs
BBC News: Coronavirus: How stand-up comedians are adapting to online gigs With many live entertainment venues still closed in the UK, comedians open up about performing online. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scotland to enter next phase of lockdown easing
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scotland to enter next phase of lockdown easing Nicola Sturgeon is to confirm the move to "phase three" of her route map out of lockdown. Continue reading.
Bag of Covid-19 test samples found on Highlands road
BBC News: Bag of Covid-19 test samples found on Highlands road A member of the public found the samples and handed them to police, NHS Highland said. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Evening update as Rishi Sunak unveils summer economic plan
BBC News: Coronavirus: Evening update as Rishi Sunak unveils summer economic plan Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The animals abandoned during lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: The animals abandoned during lockdown The RSPCA voices fears that more pets will be rejected in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 10 players and staff at Premiership clubs test positive
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: 10 players and staff at Premiership clubs test positive Six players and four non-playing staff test positive after the first round of Premiership Rugby's coronavirus testing. Continue reading.
British govt’s £30bn emergency Covid-19 budget offers ‘meal deals’ & VAT cuts to get Britons spending
RT: British govt’s £30bn emergency Covid-19 budget offers ‘meal deals’ & VAT cuts to get Britons spending UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled an abundance of eye-catching policies to kickstart the coronavirus-battered British economy, with money off restaurant meals and VAT slashed to encourage Britons to get back out and spend. Announcing his summer statement in the House of Commons on Wednesday, Sunak said his £30 billion spending injection into the UK economy was needed to “protect, support and create jobs.
2020 Ryder Cup postponed until 2021 because of impact of coronavirus
BBC Sport: 2020 Ryder Cup postponed until 2021 because of impact of coronavirus The 2020 Ryder Cup, scheduled to take place in September, is postponed until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How have nurseries coped during lockdown?
BBC News: Coronavirus: How have nurseries coped during lockdown? Nurseries have not been able to offer as many spaces during the coronavirus pandemic, although fewer children have needed places. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scotland retains quarantine measures for Spanish travel
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scotland retains quarantine measures for Spanish travel Spain has been omitted from a list of "air bridge" destinations for Scotland due to concerns about coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hillingdon Hospital shuts to emergencies after outbreak
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hillingdon Hospital shuts to emergencies after outbreak Seventy members of staff from Hillingdon Hospital in west London are self isolating. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'If you stand by your workers, we will stand by you'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'If you stand by your workers, we will stand by you' Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces a new policy to reward businesses who bring workers back from furlough. Continue reading.
Coronavirus travel: GB travellers pose 'greatest Covid risk' to NI
BBC News: Coronavirus travel: GB travellers pose 'greatest Covid risk' to NI The advice is contained in a document that Stormont ministers are due to discuss on Thursday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: '£500m extra for Welsh Government' from chancellor
BBC News: Coronavirus: '£500m extra for Welsh Government' from chancellor The Welsh Government will get half a billion pounds from the Treasury, the UK government says. Continue reading.
BoJo's constituency hospital closes to emergencies after Covid-19 outbreak
RT: BoJo's constituency hospital closes to emergencies after Covid-19 outbreak British PM Boris Johnson’s local constituency hospital in London has closed to Accident and Emergencies (A&E) after a number of NHS staff tested positive for the deadly coronavirus. In a message sent to staff on Wednesday morning, the Trust’s chief executive at Hillingdon Hospital, Sarah Tedford, said that a number of staff had “either tested positive for Covid-19” or were “self-isolating” at home as a precaution, the Evening Standard reported.
EFL coronavirus testing: No positive tests for second week in a row
BBC Sport: EFL coronavirus testing: No positive tests for second week in a row The latest coronavirus testing in the English Football League returns no positive results for the second week running. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Wallingford pub bans under 25s for flouting virus measures
BBC News: Coronavirus: Wallingford pub bans under 25s for flouting virus measures Younger drinkers are banned in the evenings after groups disregarded social distancing measures. Continue reading.
Brad Foster: From supermarket shifts to topping boxing's coronavirus return
BBC Sport: Brad Foster: From supermarket shifts to topping boxing's coronavirus return Brad Foster will headline boxing's first event since the coronavirus shutdown but he still hasn't given up doing night shifts at Tesco. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Immunity explained
BBC News: Coronavirus: Immunity explained What you need to know about how the immune system works. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Peter Weir says no extra funds for schools reopening
BBC News: Coronavirus: Peter Weir says no extra funds for schools reopening Some schools say additional funding is needed to help all pupils to return after summer. Continue reading.
‘They saved my life’ – Coronavirus survivor on life-threatening battle
‘They saved my life’ – Coronavirus survivor on life-threatening battle. A 32-year-old man who battled coronavirus and pneumonia has praised hospital staff for saving his life as he continues his battle against the disease. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Childminder anger over 'impossible' restrictions
BBC News: Coronavirus: Childminder anger over 'impossible' restrictions Coronavirus rules allow only one childcare provider, making life difficult for childminders and parents. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Welsh care homes 'badly let down'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Welsh care homes 'badly let down' A report says the approach was "flawed" and care home deaths now account for 28% of Wales' total. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scottish finance secretary makes fresh call for new powers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scottish finance secretary makes fresh call for new powers Kate Forbes wants to be allowed to switch capital funding to day-to-day revenue to help deal with the economic impact of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Rishi Sunak to unveil 'kickstart jobs scheme' for young people
BBC News: Coronavirus: Rishi Sunak to unveil 'kickstart jobs scheme' for young people The £2bn pledge for the young unemployed will be part of the chancellor's proposals outlined on Wednesday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Up to 16 affected' in County Down clusters
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Up to 16 affected' in County Down clusters There are positive cases in Ballynahinch and Crossgar, where a care home remains closed to visitors. Continue reading.
Coronavirus death rate continues to fall in Wales
BBC News: Coronavirus death rate continues to fall in Wales Deaths from all causes in the most recent week published were lower than the five-year average. Continue reading.
‘I went 13 times begging for a scan’: UK cancer patient tells RT delays in NHS amid Covid-19 cut his chance of survival
RT: ‘I went 13 times begging for a scan’: UK cancer patient tells RT delays in NHS amid Covid-19 cut his chance of survival A British man has told RT that he now has a higher chance of dying from cancer due to delays in NHS treatment amid the Covid-19 pandemic. He had to wait three months for a scan that revealed life-threatening tumors in his body. Sherwin Hall, 27, told RT that he began suffering from pain in the groin area in March, just when the number of coronavirus infections in Britain was surging.
Coronavirus: No 10 refuses to apologise for PM's 'crass' care home remark
BBC News: Coronavirus: No 10 refuses to apologise for PM's 'crass' care home remark Downing Street hits back at claims Boris Johnson was trying to shift blame for coronavirus deaths. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Care workers reunited with families after 12 weeks
BBC News: Coronavirus: Care workers reunited with families after 12 weeks Meet the care workers who opted to live in their care home to protect the residents from Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Suffolk County Council faces £23m Covid shortfall
Added costs and lost income during the pandemic has cost millions, the county council estimates. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Work on emergency Covid-19 cycle paths begins in Suffolk
Work on emergency Covid-19 cycle paths begins in Suffolk. Work to create a number of emergency cycle paths and walkways which aim to provide more space for people during the coronavirus outbreak have begun in Ipswich. Continue reading.
Pub manager on coronavirus news: 'We contacted every one of our customers'
BBC News: Pub manager on coronavirus news: 'We contacted every one of our customers' A pub manager describes how her business handled the news that a customer had tested positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Ipswich music venue saved with £12k from crowdfunding
As Sound City is postponed, one of its venues is to host socially-distanced gigs streamed online. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Majority testing positive have no symptoms
BBC News: Coronavirus: Majority testing positive have no symptoms A survey by the Office for National Statistics looked at who had been infected in the community in England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Vaughan Gething 'really worried' despite 'important milestone'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Vaughan Gething 'really worried' despite 'important milestone' Wales' Health Minister Vaughan Gething calls for caution despite no coronavirus deaths on Monday. Continue reading.
Suffolk County Council reports £23m shortfall in latest coronavirus numbers
Suffolk County Council reports £23m shortfall in latest coronavirus numbers. A £23million budget shortfall is being faced by Suffolk County Council as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, latest figures reveal. Continue reading.
Suffolk district councils could deploy ‘significant actions’ in fight against coronavirus finances fallout
Suffolk district councils could deploy ‘significant actions’ in fight against coronavirus finances fallout. A Suffolk council has warned that a list of actions to address squeezed budgets following the coronavirus lockdown are being considered, and council reserves are likely to be “severely depleted”. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Long-haulers' face lengthy recovery
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Long-haulers' face lengthy recovery Thousands of people with Covid-19 report recurring symptoms for far longer than 14 days. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Don't leave home without a face covering, says science body
BBC News: Coronavirus: Don't leave home without a face covering, says science body The UK is "way behind" on covering faces to limit the spread of Covid-19, says the Royal Society. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Clear masks made to help lip-reading deaf people
BBC News: Coronavirus: Clear masks made to help lip-reading deaf people Claire Cross says the masks with a clear panel are vital for people who rely on lip-reading. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dad reunited with family after three months
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dad reunited with family after three months Kerem Koseoglu was stuck in Turkey for three months, then had to wait two weeks to see his daughter. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Confused picture' as some salons unable to open
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Confused picture' as some salons unable to open Plans to reopen hair salons without the wider beauty industry in Wales are described as "ridiculous". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Climate change 'bigger threat' than Covid-19
BBC News: Coronavirus: Climate change 'bigger threat' than Covid-19 The environment should be a priority as plans for a post-Covid future are made, NHS staff say. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Councils urged to reduce protests during pandemic
BBC News: Coronavirus: Councils urged to reduce protests during pandemic A senior police officer has written to councils saying demonstrations pose risks to public safety. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pubs close after positive tests
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pubs close after positive tests At least three pubs in England announce they have closed just days after opening their doors again. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson criticised over care home comments
BBC News: Coronavirus: Boris Johnson criticised over care home comments The PM said "too many care homes didn't really follow the procedures" during the virus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus restrictions: Indoor weddings allowed in NI from 10 July
BBC News: Coronavirus restrictions: Indoor weddings allowed in NI from 10 July At present, weddings are only allowed outside and with no more than 10 people present. Continue reading.
Coronavirus cases in Wales: How many people have died?
BBC News: Coronavirus cases in Wales: How many people have died? There are eight new cases of Covid-19, according to the latest Public Health Wales figures. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: RFU could cut workforce by quarter after pandemic
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: RFU could cut workforce by quarter after pandemic The Rugby Football Union reveals plans to cut a quarter of its workforce to cope with a potential £100m financial hole caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Kate Garraway says husband Derek Draper has opened his eyes
BBC News: Coronavirus: Kate Garraway says husband Derek Draper has opened his eyes Derek Draper was out into an induced coma in March after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Royals meet Norfolk nurse parted from girls for nine weeks
BBC News: Coronavirus: Royals meet Norfolk nurse parted from girls for nine weeks The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit a hospital and thank staff for their coronavirus efforts. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Arts lifeline, cancer deaths warning and lockdown easing
BBC News: Coronavirus: Arts lifeline, cancer deaths warning and lockdown easing Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Monday morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hospital and care home visits resume in NI
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hospital and care home visits resume in NI Further lockdown measures are eased, with hairdressers, barbers and beauty salons able to reopen. Continue reading.
Coronavirus could cause 35,000 extra UK cancer deaths, experts warn
BBC News: Coronavirus could cause 35,000 extra UK cancer deaths, experts warn The research is based on the number of missed screenings, urgent referrals and delayed treatments. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scotland reopens beer gardens and outdoor cafes as lockdown eases
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scotland reopens beer gardens and outdoor cafes as lockdown eases Business owners have warned their biggest hurdle could be persuading customers that it is safe to go out. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Number of renters in arrears doubles, says charity
BBC News: Coronavirus: Number of renters in arrears doubles, says charity Shelter says action is needed before a ban on evicting tenants ends next month. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Two Metres of Separation
BBC News: Coronavirus: Two Metres of Separation The winning images from a photographic competition run by Equal Lens. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 13 UK universities 'could go bust without bailout'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 13 UK universities 'could go bust without bailout' The fallout from Covid-19 poses a "significant threat" to UK higher education, analysis suggests. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Very different' reopening of National Gallery
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Very different' reopening of National Gallery The National Gallery is reopening on 8 July after being closed for more than 100 days because of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Arts venues welcome £1.57bn government support
BBC News: Coronavirus: Arts venues welcome £1. 57bn government support The money will help protect the futures of theatres, galleries and music venues in the UK. Continue reading.
Coronavirus lockdown: People rush to town centres as pubs reopen
BBC News: Coronavirus lockdown: People rush to town centres as pubs reopen Footfall to English High Streets rose 19. 7% on Saturday as people headed to pubs and hairdressers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Care workers still waiting on £500 bonus
BBC News: Coronavirus: Care workers still waiting on £500 bonus The Welsh Government says it wants assurances from the Treasury that the money won't be taxed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Super Saturday' tales as bars reopen
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Super Saturday' tales as bars reopen How did it feel to be out again, as the night-time economy in England reopened after lockdown? Continue reading.
Coronavirus lockdown easing: Crowds in London's Soho celebrate
BBC News: Coronavirus lockdown easing: Crowds in London's Soho celebrate People partied late into the night as coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased in England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Drunk man rescued from river twice as pubs reopen
BBC News: Coronavirus: Drunk man rescued from river twice as pubs reopen The "intoxicated male" jumped back into a Kent river after being pulled to safety, volunteers say. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: No quarantine checks carried out on passengers arriving in Scotland
BBC News: Coronavirus: No quarantine checks carried out on passengers arriving in Scotland The Scottish government says its officials have not had access to the information on who is arriving in Scotland. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS chief calls for social care revolution
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS chief calls for social care revolution Sir Simon Stevens says coronavirushas shone a "harsh spotlight" on settings like care homes. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Is this the end of office working in Wales?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Is this the end of office working in Wales? Many big businesses are encouraging staff to carry on working from home, even after lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The priest treating patients during crisis
BBC News: Coronavirus: The priest treating patients during crisis Christopher Gault left medicine for the priesthood, but returned to a hospital during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Quarantine rules relaxed for sports teams and film crews
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Quarantine rules relaxed for sports teams and film crews New rules mean F1, international football, golf and snooker tournaments can return in England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Crystal clear' drunk people will not socially distance
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Crystal clear' drunk people will not socially distance As people in England enjoy their first night out in months, police voice fears about social distancing. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Mick Mulvaney praises Northern Ireland's tackling of Covid-19
BBC News: Coronavirus: Mick Mulvaney praises Northern Ireland's tackling of Covid-19 Mick Mulvaney says the executive should work together to get through its current difficulties. Continue reading.
‘They need help now’ – £131k in Covid-19 recovery cash set aside for struggling voluntary groups
‘They need help now’ – £131k in Covid-19 recovery cash set aside for struggling voluntary groups. More than £130,000 is being set aside to help Ipswich community groups and projects get back on their feet through a coronavirus recovery fund. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Quarantine rules relaxed for sports teams and film crews
BBC News: Coronavirus: Quarantine rules relaxed for sports teams and film crews New rules mean F1, international football, golf and snooker tournaments can return in England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus lockdowns: Where is next after Leicester?
BBC News: Coronavirus lockdowns: Where is next after Leicester? Trends in recent infections suggest that Leicester is very different from the rest of the UK. Continue reading.
Coronavirus doctor's diary: Bradford worries about the whack-a-mole mallet
BBC News: Coronavirus doctor's diary: Bradford worries about the whack-a-mole mallet Bradford is second in the UK's Covid-19 league table, says Dr John Wright, because it's a table of inequality. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How will London's economy look after lockdown?
BBC News: Coronavirus: How will London's economy look after lockdown? Experts have differing views about how the capital will emerge from the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Before and after portraits of haircuts as hairdressers reopen
BBC News: Coronavirus: Before and after portraits of haircuts as hairdressers reopen Before and after portraits as the people of Coventry visit the salon for the first time in three months Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Contact tracing 'a steep learning curve'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Contact tracing 'a steep learning curve' Council staff who usually work in theatres and community farms are now helping tackle coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS England launches tool to aid long-term recovery
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS England launches tool to aid long-term recovery An online portal will launch in England later this month to help people with ongoing symptoms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Factory staff 'working while waiting for test results'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Factory staff 'working while waiting for test results' Workers at a food factory in Wrexham have been working while waiting for results, BBC Wales is told. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New role for NHS Louisa Jordan hospital
BBC News: Coronavirus: New role for NHS Louisa Jordan hospital People who have had healthcare postposed could be treated at the NHS Louisa Jordan in Glasgow. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The story of a socially distant wedding
BBC News: Coronavirus: The story of a socially distant wedding Beth Johnson and Phil Hobbs had to scale down their wedding day because of coronavirus restrictions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How deportation staff became food bank volunteers
BBC News: Coronavirus: How deportation staff became food bank volunteers People who usually assist with airport deportations have been helping feed those affected by the Covid-19 lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK PM's father says he hopes for 'air bridge' with Greece
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK PM's father says he hopes for 'air bridge' with Greece Boris Johnson's father Stanley has defended his trip to Greece, which critics said broke lockdown rules. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: First post-lockdown night out begins in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: First post-lockdown night out begins in England People are urged to be sensible as coronavirus restrictions ease and pubs and restaurants reopen. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pubs reopen in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pubs reopen in England Drinkers in Newcastle talk to the BBC about how different it is, to be in a pub again after lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Swansea's Wind Street residents' lockdown 'bliss'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Swansea's Wind Street residents' lockdown 'bliss' Residents of Swansea's Wind Street say they have enjoyed the peace of lockdown. Continue reading.

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