Suspected case of foot-and-mouth
UPDATE 13 September 2007; Initial tests suggest the latest foot-and-mouth outbreak in Surrey is the same strain found in the area last month which originated from the Pitbright laboratory..
A suspected case of foot-and-mouth disease has been discovered in the same county as the UK's last outbreak.
The government has set up a 10km (6.2 mile) control zone centred on the affected site near Egham, Surrey, and a pre-emptive slaughter has been ordered.
The EU has halted plans to lift the export ban on livestock products from the area around the original outbreak.
A report into the August outbreak blamed a leaking pipe at the Pirbright animal research site in Surrey.