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Swinson plants tree to dig into Tories over pledge clash

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Swinson plants tree to dig into Tories over pledge clash

Swinson plants tree to dig into Tories over pledge clash

Jo Swinson plants a tree in Hampstead, north London, to mark her party's pledge to plant 60 million trees a year if it wins the election.

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