The Welsh TV network S4C refused the government's call not to show a rerun of a soap opera episode in which one character claimed the government doesn't have the backbone to cull badgers carrying tuberculosis. The line a is a reference to a real-life badger cull the government planned then called off in favor of trying to vaccinate wild badgers. The government complains the program violates broadcasting guidllines by not offering it a chance to reply to the charge.
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