North East men join Prince Harry on Antarctica expedition

Ibrar Ali from North Yorkshire is taking part in the Walking with the Wounded expedition to Antartica. Northumberland explorer Conrad Dickinson is also going as a guide.

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'Harry's no different to anyone else on trek'

Captain Ibrar Ali, whose right arm was amputated after he was caught up in a roadside bomb explosion in Afghanistan in 2007, said he felt both nervous and excited about the South Pole challenge ahead and described Prince Harry as a "great team member"

As we've said throughout, he's a great team member and just fits in really well so no different to anyone else.

– Captain Ibrar Ali

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Prince Harry leads team to Antarctica

The prince smiles as he makes his way on to the plane Credit: ITV News

A group of severely injured servicemen and women are on their way to the bottom of the world with Prince Harry.

It's part of the charity Walking with the Wounded's latest expedition. Ibrar Ali from North Yorkshire is taking part and Northumberland explorer Conrad Dickinson is also going as a guide.

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