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Ash tree fungus, Paul Jewell and Matthew Hancock on the economy

A fungus lethal to ash trees has been found in a Suffolk woodland. The outbreak of Chalara Fraxinea, which has killed 90% of the ash trees in Denmark, was discovered at Pound Farm near Great Glemham. Foz speaks to the woodland's site manager and asks The Forestry Commission's director in the East if this is likely to be Dutch Elm disease all over again.

Paul Jewell says there's plenty for the next Ipswich Town manager to work with and he hopes his former assistant Chris Hutchings gets the job. Mr. Jewell spoke to Brenner Woolley in an exclusive radio interview just 24 hours after leaving Town by mutual consent.

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Thu 25 Oct 2012 16:00