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Cape feels the heat

A safe return to Blighty from Chelsea Building Society&#39s Matthew Cape, who will be straight to Boots to buy a barrel of after-sun cream.

An ashen-faced Cape narrowly missed disaster when he and his family were within 40 yards of a two-mile-long 60ft-high wall of fire in the South of France. Grilled by an MM reporter, Cape regained his cool once back home, quipping: “I am delicately singed in parts and it&#39s not from the sunbathing.”

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