Mark Pritchard and Fraser Nelson
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English forests sell-off: do U-turns make government look weak?

Controversial plans to sell 40,000 acres of state-owned woodland in England have been abandoned by the government.

Conservative backbencher Mark Pritchard and editor of The Spectator Fraser Nelson are asked whether U-turns make prime ministers looks weak or sensible.

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