Huge majority oppose England forest sell-off, poll finds

Guardian: The vast majority of the public oppose the government's plan to sell off all or part of the publicly owned forests and woodland in England. A YouGov poll found that 84% of people agreed the woods and forests should be kept in public ownership for future generations, while only 2% disagreed. The plan has already prompted a mass demonstration in the ancient Forest of Dean, and an online petition organised by the campaign group 38 Degrees has attracted more than 164,000 names so far. "Most......

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