DEFRA backtracks and Goldsmith apologises over rewilding ‘task force’

Environment minister Lord Zac Goldsmith has apologised to a journalist after DEFRA published a blog denying that it was planning to launch a rewilding task force to investigate bringing back keystone species, in response to an article in the Telegraph over the weekend.

by Rachel Salvidge
Environment minister Lord Zac Goldsmith apologised to the journalist. Photograph: Peter Summers/Getty Images
Environment minister Lord Zac Goldsmith apologised to the journalist. Photograph: Peter Summers/Getty Images

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