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UK river is 'more polluted than Great Pacific Garbage Patch'

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UK river is 'more polluted than Great Pacific Garbage Patch'

UK river is 'more polluted than Great Pacific Garbage Patch'

The worst site was the River Mersey, where 875 pieces of plastic were captured in half an hour, Greenpeace says.

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