Burrell denies TB group rumour

Stocks, Caroline
July 2008
Farmers Weekly;7/11/2008, p55
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The article reports that National Beef Association chairman Duff Burrell has denied rumours he has been asked to head up the British government's proposed bovine tuberculosis (TB) partnership group. Burrell says he had not been approached about the group, to consist of industry representatives and look at ways to tackle TB. A DEFRA spokeswoman says it would discuss with the industry who should be on the group and how it should work.


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