THE NEW Zealand government has imposed a series of trade restrictions, because of Foot and Mouth, clamping down on imports of venison, cattle semen and dairy from the UK and beef from Argentina, among many other products. Elsewhere, British visitors arriving in Canadian airports have had to wipe their feet on a mat of disinfectant to ensure that the foot-and-mouth disease does not spread to farms across Canada.

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