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Stop the passage of the Agriculture Bill

This dangerous piece of legislation threatens to undermine animal welfare and product standards

By Anna Bramall  

Photo: Matt Crossick/Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment

Brexit requires the UK to have a new agricultural policy, and this will be defined in large part by the Agriculture Bill, once it has completed its passage through the House of Lords and any amendments have been considered.

Fellow vets, along with anyone else who cares about the environment, animal welfare and the quality of the food we eat, have good reason to be very worried about the Bill’s passing of…

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