Lloyd Evans Lloyd Evans

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How Rachel Johnson became the voice of Britain’s forests

How Rachel Johnson became the voice of Britain’s forests

Clueless, aimless, rudderless, directionless. Labour’s disarray has left the task of holding the government to account in the hands of volunteers and publicity-seekers. The result is pop-up opposition, scrutiny by happening. Groups of protestors coalesce around a famous figurehead and raise merry hell until the coalition gives them what they want.

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