Danielle, who rears calves, talks about living and working in the countryside
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General Election 2015: What matters to rural voters?

With polls still predicting the outcome of the General Election as being wide open, rural areas could have a significant impact on who forms the next Westminster government.

Almost 20% of people in England, Scotland and Wales live in rural areas with nearly 40 marginal seats in England alone.

Our correspondent Claire Marshall has been talking to voters in the Cotswolds.

  • 05 May 2015
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