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What really happened to Madeleine Beth McCann?

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 see also [[wiki:​wikipedia-summaries|Wikipedia]]:​ //"​[[operation_grange|The review]], which had cost ₤5 million by June 2013, was financed by a government contingency fund at the request of __Prime Minister David Cameron__, reportedly after News International persuaded the government to get the British police involved. DCI Redwood said that the British and Portuguese police were working collaboratively.""//​ see also [[wiki:​wikipedia-summaries|Wikipedia]]:​ //"​[[operation_grange|The review]], which had cost ₤5 million by June 2013, was financed by a government contingency fund at the request of __Prime Minister David Cameron__, reportedly after News International persuaded the government to get the British police involved. DCI Redwood said that the British and Portuguese police were working collaboratively.""//​
  
-see also ->​[[http://​www.telegraph.co.uk/​news/​newstopics/​madeleinemccann/​9225991/​David-Cameron-was-pressured-into-new-Madeleine-McCann-inquiry-by-News-International.html|Telegraph]] (**25 Apr 2012**) __David Cameron was '​pressured into new Madeleine McCann inquiry by [[involvement_of_media|News International]]'​__:​ "The Prime Minister came under pressure from News International to set up the new inquiry into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, according to this evening’s BBC Panorama programme - ‘Madeleine:​ The Last Hope?​’ ​ The Home Office has declined to explain why they chose to look again at the unsolved case above any other but a source at Number 10 has said that David Cameron “acted as a sympathetic parent.”+see also ->​[[http://​www.telegraph.co.uk/​news/​newstopics/​madeleinemccann/​9225991/​David-Cameron-was-pressured-into-new-Madeleine-McCann-inquiry-by-News-International.html|Telegraph]] (**25 Apr 2012**) __David Cameron was '​pressured into new Madeleine McCann inquiry by [[involvement_of_media|News International]]'​__:​ "The Prime Minister came under pressure from News International to set up the new inquiry into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, according to this evening’s BBC Panorama programme - //‘Madeleine:​ The Last Hope?’//  The Home Office has declined to explain why they chose to look again at the unsolved case above any other but a source at Number 10 has said that David Cameron ​//“acted as a sympathetic parent.”//
 In 2011 The Sun printed an open letter on their front page from The McCanns to Mr Cameron, appealing to him as a parent to agree to a review. In 2011 The Sun printed an open letter on their front page from The McCanns to Mr Cameron, appealing to him as a parent to agree to a review.
-But tonight Panorama will claim there was also much more going on behind the scenes to try to influence the Prime Minister. +**But tonight Panorama will claim there was also much more going on behind the scenes to try to influence the Prime Minister.** 
-Downing Street sources have revealed to the programme that influence was being exerted on Number 10 by News International and by The Sun newspaper, as well as by the McCanns. ​ Within 24 hours of the front page appeal Mr Cameron announced a review could be paid for out of a contingency fund run by the Home Office, reserved for special cases.+Downing Street sources have revealed to the programme that influence was **being exerted on Number 10 by News International and by The Sun newspaper, as well as by the McCanns**.  Within 24 hours of the front page appeal Mr Cameron announced a review could be paid for out of a contingency fund run by the Home Office, reserved for special cases.
 The review is already understood to have cost £2 million but the detective in charge is publicly optimistic. The review is already understood to have cost £2 million but the detective in charge is publicly optimistic.
 Detective Chief Inspector [[andy_redwood|Andy Redwood]] believes his team has the best chance yet of finding out what happened to Madeleine. Detective Chief Inspector [[andy_redwood|Andy Redwood]] believes his team has the best chance yet of finding out what happened to Madeleine.
-He tells Panorama tonight: “As a detective, it is a huge privilege to have an opportunity to work on this case. Both my team and I feel that.”+He tells Panorama tonight: ​//“As a detective, it is a huge privilege to have an opportunity to work on this case. Both my team and I feel that.”//
 BBC Panorama – Madeleine: The Last Hope? will be shown tonight at 7.30pm on BBC One. " BBC Panorama – Madeleine: The Last Hope? will be shown tonight at 7.30pm on BBC One. "