It's either a stoat or a weasel. I think you can see a black tip to the tail so I have gone for Stoat
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Also just not big enough for a stoat.
Over the years I've seen several stoats dashing across roads near me from one dsry stone wall to another. Sadly I've never had a camera at hand and ready. The photographer (Jeff)did well to capture these.
I can see why you thought this was a stoat, it does appear to have a black tip to its tail, though I think it has just got it dirty.
1) the tail is too thin to be a stoat, it comes to a point when a stoat's tail tip is bushy - however, a young stoat lacks the bushy tail.
2) the line between the dark upper and pale lower fur is uneven, a sign this is a weasel.
3) the body is too thin to be a stoat.
4) the clincher for me, there is at least one dark spot/smudge on the pale throat, stoats never have this but weasels often do.
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