UKIP surge and squabbles signal coalition is set to go back to the start on planning, by Jamie Carpenter

Squabbling between coalition parties over planning reform and moves to reassure UKIP supporters over greenfield development appear increasingly likely to form part of the landscape until next May's general election, events of early October suggest.


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