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DEFRA accused of hiding ash disease responsibility

DEFRA accused of hiding ash disease responsibility
Officials at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs have been accused of hiding its responsibility for the spread of ash dieback. A spokesperson admitted advisers had recently changed a document in a way that emphasised the role of wind, rather than wood products, in the spread of the disease.

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