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03/04/2014

DEFRA suspends the badger cull rollout following a critical report by experts . NFU President Meurig Raymond tells Martha Kearney it's very bad news for dairy farmers . Culture Secretary , Maria Miller apologises to the Commons for obstructing an inquiry over inaccurate expenses claims she made on her home but the PM stands by her.As elections approach the Gandhi dynasty fades from Indian politics. The government begins moves to ban product packaging on cigarettes. And why schooling can't start early enough according to OFSTED.

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Thu 3 Apr 2014 13:00

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