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Traveller row over Wales coast path

Plans to create Britain's longest coastal path may be under threat, after a group of travellers said it would invade their privacy.

The 870-mile route along the Welsh coast is due to be finished next year, but work on a half-mile stretch near Cardiff, where the travellers live legally, has hit a stumbling block.

Nicola Smith reports.

  • 27 Oct 2011
  • From the section UK
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