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UK government needs to pay farmers for maintaining footpaths, walkers urge

As part of “public money for public goods” schemes

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British farmers should be required to preserve and improve public footpaths as a condition for receiving agricultural subsidies after Brexit, the walking charity Ramblers demands.

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