Thomas Cook to demolish holiday bungalow where British children died

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The bungalow in Corfu where two children died while on holiday with Peterborough-based travel firm Thomas Cook is to be demolished.

Bobby and Christi Shepherd died of carbon monoxide poisoning from fumes from a faulty boiler 9 years ago.

An inquest jury last week ruled that they had been unlawfully killed and that Thomas Cook breached its duty of care to the family.

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