| October 29, 2012
UK bans Ash tree imports to stop disease spread
The importation of Ash trees into Britain has been banned in a bid to stop the spread of a fatal fungus. The disease, which has destroyed 90 percent of Ash trees in some parts of Europe, has now been discovered in Britain’s forests. But as ITN's Sue Saville reports, critics are saying the ban could already be too late to save the tree.