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A recent advertising shoot for 4x4 vehicles has damaged the grassy slopes of a prominent Snowdonia mountain. It also exposed a weakness in the ability of public bodies to protect National Park landscapes, argues Garry Smith. Insensitive? He thinks so. Read more
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