An every day story of not-so-friendly country folk: Gypsies were once a traditional part of rural England, but now it's middle class property values and tourism that matter. Peter Dunn reports fron Somerset on a campaign of intolerance

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IN EARLY editions of yesterday's paper, the last paragraph in Peter Dunn's article on villagers in Somerset was incomplete. We apologise for this mistake. Here is the paragraph in full:

Council officials are still considering what to do with the gypsy family no one wants. One option is to buy them an pounds 80,000 house isolated from other human habitation; another is to put the children into care. Either way it is going to cost the choosy churls of west Somerset dear.