'The biggest problem is getting him to take breaks'

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The Paralympic Games has been hailed as an opportunity to challenge the perception of disability.

Paul Toovey, 26, is deaf and has had five strokes but his work as one of the mayor's London Ambassadors is inspiring his fellow volunteers, as Secunder Kermani reports.

Neil Kennedy, a Team London Ambassadors manager, said Mr Toovey was an inspiration and the biggest problem was trying to get him to take breaks.

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