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Countryside may become victim of increased fines

While it has been described as a challenge similar to climbing Everest, a retired social worker has suggested that dealing with the UKs waste shouldnt be that difficult. After returning from a litter picking walk on the path leading to Everest Base Camp, Robin Kevan, known affectionately as Rob the Rubbish believes the issue could be a lot simpler. He said: I am worried about councils charging and fining people as this may just lead to increased fly-tipping. ...

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