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What the papers say - THE INDEPENDENT

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The National Trust has said spending on coastal defences is largely 'counter productive'.

Under its policy of 'managed retreat', land and buildings at up to 50 sites will be surrendered to rising sea levels caused by global warming. The Trust also criticised 'a fragmented administration and lack of integration' between the 26 agencies that maintain and defend the British coastline.

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