A fourth case of bluetongue has been confirmed in an animal on a farm near Ipswich, Suffolk.

Defra said the animal was found on a different premises to the first three cases - two animals were found to have bluetongue at a farm in Baylham, Suffolk, while bluetongue was confirmed in a third animal at a site near Lowestoft, Suffolk.

Meanwhile, a three kilometre temporary control zone has been set up around a site near Maidenhead, Berkshire, on suspicion of foot and mouth disease. The site is within the existing foot and mouth disease surveillance zone in Surrey.