Former Labour MEP to head rural body

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), has appointed Shaun Spiers as its chief executive. Spiers is a former Labour MEP and worked as head of the Association of British Credit Unions. He replaces Kate Parminter at the CPRE, which claims 59,000 supporters. Its president is the former Daily Telegraph ...

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