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That this House commends the Sir Keith Park Memorial Campaign on the continuing success of its aims to erect a statue of Battle of Britain hero, New Zealander Sir Keith Park, temporarily on the Fourth Plinth of Trafalgar Square in 2009 and permanently in Waterloo Place in 2010; notes that since March 2008 the campaign has received the support of 64 hon. Members, Battle of Britain veterans, members of the Park family, noble Lords, senior Royal Air Force officers, the leaders of all major political parties in New Zealand, the Mayor of London and many thousands of public supporters in the UK, New Zealand, the Commonwealth and around the world; states that achievement of the campaign's aim would constitute a long-overdue and fitting memorial to a great man whose leadership in large part ensured our victory in the Battle of Britain; and further notes the significance of 2010 as the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and one of the few remaining commemorations at which surviving veterans of the Battle of Britain will be able to attend.
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