United Kingdom: Forests, phone masts, roads – how our leaders scorn the countryside

Guardian: When the Conservative MP Oliver Letwin toured his West Dorset constituency last June, he was moved to describe the landscape for his website. "As I make my way on this gloriously sunny morning, dictating this article, I am reminded of the enormous responsibility placed upon us to be good stewards of this treasure and to hand it on undefiled to succeeding generations." Dictating, mind you, not writing. Nothing wrong in that: after all, he's a busy politician. But when you're writing, you have more......

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