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Neglect of Bletchley condemned

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The centre of the British code-breaking effort during World War II is in urgent need of saving, a group of scientists says.

The group, lead by Dr Sue Black, say the mansion and the huts surrounding it, where the Enigma code was cracked and one of the first computers was built, are in serious disrepair.

Jon Brain reports.

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