Cull one million deer a year to stop them from devastating woodland, wildflowers and crops, say experts


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Cull one million deer a year to stop them from devastating woodland, wildflowers and crops, say experts A cull is necessary to keep a population explosion under control Without it, they will continue to devastate woodland, wildflowers and crops By Emily Andrews PUBLISHED: 02:02 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:55 GMT, 7 March 2013 We should stop seeing wild deer as cuddly ‘Bambis’ and cull half their number to stop further damage to the countryside, experts said yesterday. Shooting almost a million animals every year using trained hunters is necessary to keep a population explosion under control, they warned.

The Health Lottery banned from running advert that made "irresponsible promises of financial security to boost sales"


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Gambling game The Health Lottery banned from running adverts that made 'irresponsible promises of financial security to boost sales' | UPDATED: 07:50 GMT, 19 December 2012 Watchdogs have found the Health Lottery guilty of making irresponsible promises of financial security to boost sales Advertisements promoting the gambling game suggested a winner could pay off their home loan, effectively ending their money troubles. However, the Gambling Reform & Society Perception Group (GRASP) said it was wrong to promote a lottery on the basis it was a way to clear debts. The Health Lottery has been banned from running this advert because it suggested a winner could pay off their home loan, effectively ending their money troubles, according to a ruling by the advertising watchdog Its complaint has been upheld in a ruling published by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) today, which has banned the organisation from running the advert again