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BADGERS SET TO BE CRUCIFIED AS NATURAL ENGLAND WASH THEIR HANDS

Natural England have confirmed that they will not consider any new scientific evidence before rubber-stamping new authorizations to cull badgers.

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Brian May’s Save Me Trust to Challenge Lawfulness of Badger Cull Licences

"Lawyers instructed by the Save Me Trust have today written to the Chief Executive and the Chief Legal Advisor of Natural England warning them that if any licences to cull badgers are either activated in Gloucestershire and Somerset or any new licences granted for this purpose anywhere, then the lawfulness of the decisions to do so will be challenged by a Judicial Review in the High Court.

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Badger study finds damaging setts 'could worsen bovine TB risk'

As previous studies have showed in Wales damaging setts 'could worsen bovine TB risk.

The QUB study is the first to examine the effects of illegal persecution of badgers in Northern Ireland, rather than government backed culling programmes

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The Carrot of Shame

Taunton MP Rebecca Pow hits back at badger cull protestors who awarded her the 'carrot of shame'

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Somerset Badger Patrol

We're very excited! We have a bumper badger day lined up for you on Saturday 15 August in Somerset and we'd love for you to join us.  

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Open letter to: Natural England Chief Scientist Professor Tim Hill The Natural England Science Advisory Council (or equivalent)

Badger Cull Debate: THURSDAY 13TH MARCH from HANSARDS

THURSDAY 13TH MARCH from HANSARDS. WE WON AGAIN 219 VOTES TO 1 Madam Deputy Speaker (Mrs Eleanor Laing): Before I call the hon. Member for St Albans (Mrs Main) to propose the motion, I would like to draw the attention of the House to the fact that the hon. Lady will deliver her speech from a sedentary position.

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A letter from Dr Chris Cheeseman

Dear Sir

I have spent most of my professional career studying the badger/bovine TB issue. I did so because I wanted to make a contribution to helping the farming industry solve a complex and intractable problem. One vitally important thing we have learnt after decades of rigorous scientific endeavour is what not to do - i.e. cull badgers.

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