Animal welfare after Brexit

Wildlife and Countryside Link have published a detailed analysis of animal welfare standards post-Brexit. The report is supported by more than 40 organisations and a number of MPs and Peers.

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Picture credit https://www.flickr.com/photos/minkuni/

The detailed report highlights a number of areas where real differences can be made to improve welfare post-Brexit, such as banning the live export of animals for slaughter, and maintaining strict rules for the trade in endangered species.

You can read Sustain’s response to Labour’s Animal Welfare Proposals here.


23/02/2018
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