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English Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman and officials in DEFRA have said that the problem with a vaccination-only policy is that it is too slow, with the animals having to be caught and then injected. Personally, I think the Welsh figures - 91 badgers a day being caught and vaccinated - contradicts Ms Spelman somewhat. But then again, maybe she isn’t amongst the 592 people who have watched this Welsh Government YouTube film showing just how quick and simple the process actually is.
Let’s hope that the approach we’re taking in Wales, and the decision made in Northern Ireland this week not to cull healthy badgers will have a positive impact on the outcome of the judicial review in England.
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