UK: DISPUTE OVER BRITISH' "RIGHT TO ROAM" | FOCUS ON EUROPE

In Great Britain, thousands of kilometers of public footpaths are sacred to hikers and ramblers. Many of them date back to the Romans. But landowners and famers often illegally block the routes that pass through their property. If no one fights, this "right to roam" could disappear forever.
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