Biosecurity minister Lord Gardiner considers crackdown on oak processionary moth

Defra biosecurity minister Lord Gardiner says he is "furious" about recent interceptions of oak processionary moth infested oak trees and vowed not to rule any measures out in a bid to stop the pest spreading outside London and the surrounding area.

by Matthew Appleby

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