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Towering tree house to be pulled down over safety fears

28 March 2014 Last updated at 21:31 GMT

A tree house of towering proportions which took three years and about 1,000 hours to build is to be pulled down over health and safety fears.

The structure near Bicester - which reaches 85ft (26m) tall - was built by a group of Oxfordshire teenagers.

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