The latest Government figures show a big increase in the number of West Country badgers killed to stop the spread of tuberculosis in cattle.Read the full story ›
As the badger cull in the South West draws to a close, protesters have been demonstrating outside Natural England's offices in ExeterRead the full story ›
More than 13,000 badgers could be killed across nine culling zones after the Government rolled out culling in a bid to tackle TB in cattle.Read the full story ›
Badger culling has been rolled out to more parts of England in a bid to tackle TB in cattle, the Government has confirmed.Read the full story ›
The controversial badger cull looks set to be extended - including for the first time parts of Devon, Cornwall and Dorset.Read the full story ›
Cattle slaughtered due to TB in the year ending March 2016 - stats from the Animal and Plant Health Agency
Queen guitarist Brian May has joined wildlife experts in Westminster to urge the government to abandon the next stage of the badger cull.Read the full story ›
Queen guitarist Brian May will join wildlife experts in Westminster to urge the Government to abandon the next stage of the badger cullRead the full story ›
Secret World Wildlife Rescue centre near Burnham-on-Sea say cruel treatment of badgers is on the rise. Some images may be distressing.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people turned out in Plymouth earlier to protest against the government's badger culling programme.
The rally was organised by the Devon Badger Group who insist killing badgers won't help farmers in the battle against Bovine TB.
The government says the culling strategy to fight TB in cattle is working.