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Isles of Scilly Transport Fight
6:48am 10th October 2012
Campaigners take their fight to safeguard transport links to the Isles of Scilly to the top.
A group have secured a meeting the minister in charge, ahead of the heliport shutting at the end of this month.
They are calling for an affordable, year-round service.
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