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The right for people to walk along a 2,500-mile coastal path around England is expected to be rushed through Parliament within a year. The aim is to open up beaches, inlets and cliff tops that have so far been closed to public access and to allow walkers to enjoy these spectacular views of the shore. The complete route, however, may take as long as ten years to map out unless agreement is reached with landowners - The Times