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He said: "The spread of TB does not affect us because we don't have cattle, but I think the badger cull is unnecessary.
Badger group events co-ordinator Emily Lawrence said: "Please read this consultation, look at it, share it with your family of friends and hopefully we can protect badgers.
"There is still no substantiated proof of how much badgers pass bovine TB onto cattle, and 90 per cent of transmission is cattle-to-cattle: you could cull every badger in England and still have TB.
A tachograph is a device fitted to a vehicle that automatically records its speed and distance, together with the driver's activity selected from a choice of modes.
The man had used a magnet to fool the digital monitoring system.
The MCR has one black-tie dinner each term: the Christmas Dinner in Michaelmas, Burns Night in Hilary, and the May Dinner in Trinity Term.