Thousands of scouts at an international event in South Korea are being evacuated from a campsite due to an incoming tropical storm.
Several countries including the UK had already left, blaming high temperatures and poor sanitary conditions at the camp.
UK Scouts chief executive Matt Hyde said he felt let down by organisers and UK activities had been set back years.
Attended by more than 40,000 young people from 155 countries, the World Scout Jamboree has been plagued by problems from the very start.
Hundreds had fallen ill amid 35C (95F) heat, with scouts from the UK among those affected by heat exhaustion.