Protesters against the badger cull were out last night patrolling one of the areas in Gloucestershire within the killing zone.
The cull is to try to halt the spread of TB from badgers to cattle.
The licenced culling period began last weekend, but protesters walking in the Forthampton area near Tewkesbury found no evidence it had started yet. But they say they'll be back:
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