RSPB and WWF urge backers to vote to stay in EU to protect UK wildlife

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RSPB and WWF urge backers to vote to stay in EU to protect UK wildlife

Charities say Brexit would mean ‘years of uncertainty', as David Cameron pledges to protect birds and habitats directives

Two of the biggest conservation charities in Britain, the RSPB and WWF, have joined forces with David Cameron to urge their 1.7 million supporters to protect the UK's environment by voting to stay in the...

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