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Met ID cover-up London docsfree eyeops forAfrica A TEAM of London eye specialists has saved the sight of hundreds of people in Africa by performing operations for free. The 10 doctors and nurses flew to Ghana to give more than 200 patients surgery for cataracts. After learning that the only eye specialist in a region with three million people had died, Cathy Asante, a sister at the Western Eye Hospital in Marylebone, persuaded colleagues at Imperial College Healthcare Trust and Moorfields Eye Hospital to travel with her. Cataracts, a clouding of the lens, has made two million people in Africa blind. Only about 100 in every million get a cataract operation each year. Mrs Asante, 49, from Woolwich, moved to London from Ghana 21 years ago. She set up charity Touch of Light to fund the trip. She said: I had sleepless nights worrying about what to do. I mentioned it to my colleagues and they were so enthusiastic I broke down in tears. Ali Mearza, consultant ophthalmic surgeon at Imperial College healthcare, said it was a wonderfully rewarding experience. Help: nurse Cathy Asante by georgina littlejohn Identity crisis: an officer failing to show his number Attempttorewritehistorybydeletingpics THE Met was today accused of attempting to rewrite history after staff were told to destroy photographs of officers failing to display their identity numbers. A leaked email reveals that Metropolitan Police officers were told pictures of colleagues breach- ing rules which state they should be identifiable at all times must be culled from image libraries. Lib-Dem home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne criticised the Met for attempting to falsify history. The email, from the Mets director of public affairs, Dick Fedorcio, follows controversy over some offic- ers not displaying their numbers during the G20 demonstrations. 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