NFU calls for legislative change to combat rural crimes

The National Farmers Union (NFU) is pushing for new legislation that would make it easier to prosecute criminals engaging in rural crimes such as hare coursing and fly-tipping.

by Dan Symonds
NFU deputy president Stuart Roberts - credit: Adam Fradgley
NFU deputy president Stuart Roberts - credit: Adam Fradgley

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