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The National Trust says three-quarters of the Welsh coastline it owns could be badly affected over the next century.

It owns a sixth of Wales' coast, or over 143 miles (230km), and its report, Shifting Shores, says policymakers must plan for "a future of advancing seas".

Environment Minister Carwyn Jones said it was "entirely consistent" with the Welsh Assembly Government's approach.

The National Trust In Wales warns that 66 coastal sites covering 1,572 hectares are at risk of flooding in the next 100 years.
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