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 BSE and CJD Monday, 6 January, 2003, 11:28 GMT
Black-faced sheep (BBC) New BSE warning over lamb
Lamb poses a greater theoretical risk of spreading BSE to humans than beef, scientists say.
 Phillips report packs a punch
Some people are dismissing Lord Phillip's report on BSE as a whitewash - in fact it is a devastating indictment of the failure of the government machine.
 BSE: The farmer's tale
The BSE crisis dealt a savage blow to the farming industry - environment correspondent Alex Kirby talks to farmer Laurence Matthews about his experiences.
 John Gummer: Beef eater
Former Agriculture Minister John Gummer publicly ate a hamburger with his young daughter to quell fears about British beef.
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