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Missing Madeleine McCann stayed a Costa del Sol campsite for two weeks

by | 8th, May 2012

KATE and Gerry McCann spent part of the weekend on the Liverpool 10K run in the city’s Sefton Park. The Press Association recorded the event and the Daily Express t old readers that Kate McCann told the paper:

“Thankfully, this year, with the involvement of the Metropolitan Police things are looking brighter for Madeleine and the search, so we were ready to give it a go.”

The man leading the Met’s review of all the official data collated so far is Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood. He is hopeful but realistic, his words reminiscent of the Caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland , who when asked if the missing child is alive replies “Mostly hardly”:

“We genuinely believe there is a possibility she is alive.’

As the internets cackle with news that Madeleine McCann’s image is being used to log cheap holidays overseas , we wonder if that image is still relevant?

The child is older now. That image of the four-year-old has been updated. But it’s that one that gels. It remains the global symbol. It’s on Kate McCanns’ top. It’s in the Sun, illustrating the story that there are “3 NEW CLUES TO MADDIE”.

Antonella Lazzeri writes:

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