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Supermarkets threatened with vandalism in campaign against badger cull

September 24, 2012

Animal rights activists are threatening to superglue supermarket cash points in protest against the badger cull.
A licence to shoot badgers in West Gloucestershire has already been issued and the Government are set to allowing killing in West Somerset this week.

But protesters have warned that as soon as the "first shot is fired" supermarkets that continue to source milk from farms where the cull is being carried out will be targeted.

Most of the major supermarkets, including Sainsbury's and Tesco, have issued statements supporting the Government�s position on carrying out the cull.

Only M and S, Waitrose and the Co-operative have let it be known they are not sourcing supplies from the area - although their position remains neutral.

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