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In the papers today - 26 October

Balfour Beatty, part of the consortium Metronet, has been accused of taking two 'massive potential bombs' on to the London Underground. The firm used two 54kg canisters of unstable acetylene gas as it carried out repairs on the Victoria Line, the RMT Union claimed. The gas would have been used for welding, but an explosion could have been as deadly as methane gas blast in mines - Metro

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