Battle for F&M inquiry suffers severe setback

Stones, Mike; Riley, Jonathan
March 2002
Farmers Weekly;3/22/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 12, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the ruling of Great Britain High Court that the government acted properly in rejecting a public inquiry into foot-and-mouth disease in 2002. Grounds for an appeal to the ruling; Key issues on the ruling; Comment on the future of British agriculture.


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