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Sir Paul in row over timber lorry trips

SIR Paul McCartney is at the centre of a row over plans to remove 300 lorry loads of timber a year from his estate along single-track roads.

Residents near the former Beatle's High Park Farm in Kintyre fear they have reached "saturation point" with heavy lorries, which they claim pose a risk to locals.

Sir Paul's management company said the plans were in the interest of good forestry management.

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