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Talking Point: Should the urban fox population be kept under control?
Updated 11:06am Wednesday 12th February 2014 in News
Our story about Sussex's fox exterminator is already generating comments, letters and even calls to the newsdesk from outraged animal lovers.
Tom Keightly kills foxes at schools, businesses and private homes across East Sussex.
In 2010, three-year-old Jake Jermy was bitten by a fox in the ground of the Dorothy Springer playgroup in Loder Road.
At that time, foxes were being held responsible for a series of attacks on young children.
However, more recently they have been receiving better press, thanks in no small part to the BBC's Autumnwatch and Winterwatch programmes, which have featured foxes in Hove.
What do you think? Are foxes a pest and should be kept under control? Or should we leave them well alone?
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