Badger Action News
Despite widespread opposition from both scientists and the general public, the fourth year of the badger cull saw seven new licenses issued in August 2016. Ten areas were licensed for culling, with Herefordshire, Cornwall and Devon added to Gloucestershire, Somerset and Dorset.
In order to effectively oppose the cull it is necessary to understand the organisations, individuals, motivations and politics driving the cull. See our report about what’s going on inside the cull zones.
- Go make your voice heard! https://t.co/v42RaJJdv7 6 days ago
- RT @domdyer70: Wear it black & white for National Badger Week https://t.co/BGzJ02OHPR 6 days ago
- An interesting article highlighting the potential for Bovine TB to be spread by hunting hounds… https://t.co/OyLpmaq69k 2 weeks ago
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Badger campaigners fear more of the same as pro-cull Michael Gove takes over from Liz Truss as EFRA minister.
The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee broadly supports proposals set out in the Welsh Government’s refreshed TB eradication programme.
MPs debate calls to halt the badger cull
The Labour Party commit to ending the badger cull if they get into power.