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(From L to R) Julie Buxton (Wildlife campaigner) & Ama Menec (Chair of TBVAC Devon).<br />
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London, 31/05/2014. "The Great Badger Trail", a 10-day symbolic walk from Gloucester to London (Organised by wildlife campaigner Julie Buxton and led by Ama Menec, Chair of TBVAC Devon, and Started the 22nd of May), ended today in the British Capital with the last stretch from Marble Arch to outside the Parliament, in Old Palace Yard. The aim of the protesters, who walked for 112 miles, was to highlight the Con-Dem Government policy of killing badgers to tackle TB in cattle (apparently caused by the badgers), to raise funds for the campaign “Stop The Cull” and to promote different ways (For i.g. vaccinations) to resolve the TB issue.<br />
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(From L to R) Julie Buxton (Wildlife campaigner) & Ama Menec (Chair of TBVAC Devon).

London, 31/05/2014. "The Great Badger Trail", a 10-day symbolic walk from Gloucester to London (Organised by wildlife campaigner Julie Buxton and led by Ama Menec, Chair of TBVAC Devon, and Started the 22nd of May), ended today in the British Capital with the last stretch from Marble Arch to outside the Parliament, in Old Palace Yard. The aim of the protesters, who walked for 112...
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