The world's oldest paper boy is giving up his round after more than 70 years of delivering papers near his home in Dorset.
93-year-old Ted Ingram is retiring because it costs him more to deliver the newspapers than he gets paid.
He started in 1942, when George VI was King, Winston Churchill was Prime Minister and Britain was at war.
Our correspondent Duncan Sleightholme has been to meet him:
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