Captain Sir Tom Moore says ‘things will get better’ as he launches new charity walk

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Captain Sir Tom Moore urged the nation to “have hope” and that “things will get better” as the UK faces a surge in coronavirus cases. The 100-year-old British Army veteran and NHS hero was taking part in a new charity walk, racing Veteran Lloyd Scott MBE, who was wearing a heavy 1940s diving suit, in a 20-yard challenge. Lloyd is taking on the Three Peaks Challenge in the suit.

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