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14/07/2010

The planned cull of badgers in Pembrokeshire has been called off after an Appeal Court Ruling. The Welsh Assembly Government had organised it to control the spread of TB in cattle. But the coalition Government had hoped to monitor the results as it organises its own cull in England. Anna Hill asks what this now means for controlling badgers - and bovine TB in the future.
Produced by Anne-Marie Bullock.

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Wed 14 Jul 2010 05:45

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