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Newly appointed Environment Secretary Liz Truss has told ITV that the government will not be gassing badgers if controversial badger culls continue.

Two US studies published last week have looked differently at the potential impacts of climate change and pollution on yields of key crops.

Heavy thundery showers are expected across parts of East Anglia and southeast England, including the London area, at times on Monday.

The Government’s draft National Pollinator Strategy envisages further research on the impact of pesticides on pollinators, but it needs to be transparent and subject to independent controls or it will not command public confidence, the Environmental Audit Committee warn

The EU's biggest wheat crop may not be as plentiful as once thought with goverment officials predicting a drop of 800,000 tons.

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