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VMG president joins House of Lords

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Miles Russell, president of the Veterinary Management Group (VMG), has been elected to the House of Lords as a crossbench hereditary peer.

He will join Lord Trees as a representative of the veterinary sector in the second chamber of the UK parliament.

Lord Russell said: "Those of us working in the animal health and veterinary sectors are only too aware of the importance of the work we do and the challenges we face.

"I will use my platform in the House of Lords to increase understanding of our sectors and to promote positive change."
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BVA urges farmers to be vigilant over bluetongue

Following the detection of four more cases of the bluetongue virus in cattle in Kent, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) has urged farmers to be vigilant and speak to a veterinary surgeon if they have any concerns.

BVA president Anna Judson said: "This is now a critical moment and BVA urges UK farmers, particularly those in the Southeast of England, to remain vigilant for any signs of Bluetongue in their animals.

"Vets are there to support farmers in protecting the health and welfare of their livestock. We'd recommend farmers speak to their vet about the benefits of vaccination where one is available and especially if farmers have any concerns about their livestock."

The total number of cases now stands at five. The affected cows have been culled and a temporary control zone is in place around the two premises where the virus has been found.

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