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MU buses its way to a higher profile

AT THE AGE of six, Prince Charles decided that he would rather go by bus ("There is nothing nicer in the world") than travel abroad on the Royal Yacht Britannia. Whether this holds true in 2012 will be put to the test next Thursday, when eight members of the Mothers' Union (MU) cross the country in a bus-hopping relay of 1000 miles.

In a bid to raise awareness of the organisation's work, the eight women will share the seven-day journey between them, while other members will ...

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