Madeleine McCann's parents given lifeline in desperate search for daughter as police get £85,000 cash boost

The parents of Madeleine McCann have been given a lifeline in the search for their daughter with a new £85,000 cash boost to police.

Kate and Gerry McCann tonight said they are “very grateful” for the continued support by Scotland Yard amid fears the controversial £13million investigation into Maddie’s disappearance, codenamed Operation Grange, was being shelved.

The couple face the agonising milestone 10th anniversary of their daughter’s abduction in just eight weeks.

A Met Police spokesperson confirmed the Home Office had approved the extra funding to continue inquiries for another six months.

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