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Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 10th August 2015 

Published at 11:40am 10th August 2015.

See the moment when angry farmers protested against milk prices by targeting Cornwall’s supermarkets. How do you feel about milk prices? Do you agree with the farmers?

 

 

 

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