Peter Rabbit, precipitous polling, and the 'attack on nature'

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Peter Rabbit, precipitous polling, and the 'attack on nature'

Nature charities unite to launch 'the People's Plan for Nature' in a bid to push back against proposals to dilute environmental policies

Most of the headlines over the past few days may have been focused on the economic turmoil unleashed by last week's mini-budget, but the uncertainty created by Ministers' plans to overhaul key environmental...

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