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Cornwall Won't be Called a County
5:42am 8th August 2012
(Updated 5:42am 8th August 2012)
The way Cornwall is advertised to tourists is getting a shake-up
From this week it will not be called a county anymore.
References to England are also going to be cut.
Bosses say highlighting our Celtic culture is not political, but it just makes marketing sense.
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