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Landowners are wanting a change to the rights of way system, saying that at the moment the system is "long winded, expensive and completely incomprehensible". The Ramblers Association think that there are benefits with the current system because it maintains a balance between landowners and walkers.
Farmers in southern and eastern England are facing the possibility of the worst drought since 1976 - according to predictions made by the Environment Agency. Professor Tim Benton, the UK's Global Food Security Champion, thinks we need radical solutions to make sure there is enough water for both cities and farming.
The RSPCA wants more farmers to sign up to its Freedom Foods label, claiming that current welfare laws for farmed animals don't go far enough. Dr Julia Wrathall, the RSPCA's head of farm animals, explained that the label does not insist on free range animals because they want an achievable level for farmers.
Presented by Charlotte Smith. Produced by Emma Weatherill.