Prime minister David Cameron and deputy prime minister Nick Clegg© Steve Back/REX
Giving the go-ahead for a badger cull to combat bovine tuberculosis is the coalition government’s biggest achievement, according to a Farmers Weekly survey. The survey found 45% of respondents felt culling badgers was the government’s greatest achievement during the five years of the Conservative/Liberal Democrat administration, which came to power in 2010. The poll comes as David Cameron pledged that a Tory government would continue its long-term battle to eradicate bovine TB following the 7 May general election – insisting […]
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