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Banksy art sale saves Bristol boys' youth club

27 August 2014 Last updated at 22:40 BST

The elusive street artist Banksy has helped save a boys club in his home city of Bristol.

The club, which was threatened with closure, has made more than £400,000, by selling one of his murals.

It is one of the highest amounts ever paid for one of the artist's works, but it wasn't a straightforward deal.

Jon Kay reports.

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