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MP should get real over Devon coast avoiding line

MARTIN McGinty makes the point (issue 240) that Sarah Woolaston MP lacks understanding of Devon and Cornwall’s need for a second railway line using the Okehampton/Plymouth route.

He suggests that she needs

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