Cameron backs Welsh badger cull
24 July 2008 - BBC News
Plans for a badger cull in Wales have won the support of Conservative leader
David Cameron during a visit to the Royal Welsh Show in Llanelwedd, Powys, on
its final day.
He said the Labour-Plaid Cymru Welsh Assembly Government was taking a
"sensible approach" to bovine TB. A similar cull in England has been rejected by the Labour UK government.
He said his party would look closely at what happens with the cull. A trial
was announced in April in an attempt to eradicate tuberculosis in cattle. "If it works there might be lessons to be learned," he said. "What we want is
healthy badgers and healthy cattle." ...
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