Brian May to lead Bristol rally against badger cull
QUEEN guitarist Brian May is to lead a public rally in Bristol against Government plans to reduce badger numbers.
Campaigners will wear badger costumes at the free Stop the Cull rally from 4.30pm to 7pm at College Green tomorrow.
Animal welfare charities are urging people to go along and demonstrate their opposition to the cull.
May has recently spoken out against the cull of badgers at public meetings held in Tewkesbury and Taunton.
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The Government says that culling will help combat cattle tuberculosis, which costs the UK more than £100 million per year.
May has called for the vaccination of cattle rather than a cull.
Animal welfare charities, including the RSPCA, League Against Cruel Sports, Save Me and Humane Society International (UK), are all opposed to the cull.