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Ulster Farmers Union seeking to reverse SDLP minister's veto on agricultural pollution plan

Ulster Farmers Union seeking to reverse SDLP minister's veto on agricultural pollution plan

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STORMONT'S new environment minister is to consider a proposal from the Ulster Farmers Union to relax the rules around agricultural pollution even though her predecessor feared such a move could have "bent the rules".
Durkan blocks farm pollution 'leniency' proposal    SDLP minister Mark H Durkan: 'It's depressing at times at the executive table'    Durkan says tackling climate change need not affect farm production   
25 people reported to Public Prosecution Service over ‘illegal' Ardoyne parade