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Past press coverage of The Pavement includes UK Press Gazette (2005), Guardian Society (2006) and Guardian Society (2007) and BBC Radio London's Breakfast Show (2009). Our coverage of move-ons and Operation Poncho (Youtube footage) has been picked up by BBC radio and television (2009).


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