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Tom Banbury

Tom Banbury is a graduate student in the History Department at Durham University, studying European and East Asian Environmental history. He writes on history, environmentalism, and ecological policy.

The Ancient Roots of Trespass

The Tory government’s plan to make trespass a criminal offence is part of a centuries-old tradition: using the law to protect wealthy landowners at the expense of our right to roam.