Deer cull 'necessary to save lives'
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Ashdown Forest deer cull 'necessary to save lives'

A cull of deer is taking place at Ashdown Forest in East Sussex.

It comes after a series of accidents in which people and animals were killed and injured.

Wildlife campaigners say culling is an outdated practice.

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  • 09 Feb 2018