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Tunnellers who allegedly contracted a crippling bone disease while working on the second Dartford Tunnel project during the 1970s have secured compensation payouts from contractor Balfour Beatty.A number of the workers secured out of court settlements this week.Balfour Beatty will not release the compensation figures because other claims are currently being considered by the firm's legal advisers.A spokeswoman said: 'There have been some claims arising out of the second Dartford Tunnel ...

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