Derbyshire not granted a licence
Natural England has confirmed that the badger cull will take place this autumn in 11 new areas, alongside the 29 existing areas.
Derbyshire, which is in the Edge Area, will not be included in the new cull zones, however.
Farming minister George Eustice said: “Bovine TB remains the greatest animal health threat to the UK, costing taxpayers over £100 million every year as well as causing devastation and distress for hard-working farmers and rural communities.
“There is no single measure that will provide an answer to beating this disease. That is why we have always been committed to a multi-pronged approach including proactive badger control as well as other tools such as tighter cattle controls, improved biosecurity and badger vaccination.
“Our strategy in combatting the disease now has an opportunity to look at different methods as part of our response to the Godfray Review. We will fully respond to this review in the near future.”