How the Navy blows up WW2 bombs
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How Royal Navy disposes of unexploded WW2 bombs

The Ministry of Defence say that an increasing number of World War Two explosive devices are being found as dredging work prepares Portsmouth harbour for the arrival of the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier in spring 2017.

The BBC's Leanne Brown was given exclusive access and shown how the Royal Navy deals with unexploded devices.

  • 05 Nov 2016
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