They've been plagued with flies for nearly two months, now the plight of people living in Avonmouth will be debated in Parliament.
Swarms of the insects, which came from infested bales of biofuel at Avonmouth docks, have been buzzing round local residents homes on a daily basis. Campaigners are now planning to protest at the weekend. Rebecca Broxton reports
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