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How the Union looks at the Wildlife and Countryside Bill



How the Union looks at the Wildlife and Countryside Bill



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The main provisions which could affect agriculture and the management of farmland are outlined. These include wildlife protection, the licensing system, habitat protection, moorland conservation, compulsory notification of operations on moors and heath, limestone pavements, bulls and footpaths and definitive maps.

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