Shadow Environment Secretary, Mary Creagh
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Labour: 'Forest U-turn is victory for people power'

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

Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman told MPs the government had "got this one wrong", as she announced the current consultation was being halted.

The BBC spoke with Shadow Environment Secretary, Mary Creagh.

  • 17 Feb 2011
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