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MPs vote against badger cull

MPs vote against badger cull

Environment Secretary Owen Paterson has denied angrily leaving yesterday's Commons debate on the Government's proposed badger cull, which MPs rejected by 147 votes to 28. Mr Paterson only stayed in the chamber for 20 minutes and reportedly said: "I can't stand any more of this" as he walked out. Mr Paterson later denied the claims, saying: "I didn't storm in or out anywhere."

 

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