The business case for the return of the lynx

James Murray
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Plans are afoot to reintroduce wild lynx to the UK, some 1,300 years after they were eradicated - and the economy stands to benefit from the move

You would have to get a long way down George Osborne's list of cunning plans to boost the UK economy before you got to the reintroduction of the lynx, but according to a major new report plans to release...

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