'Back to square one' after Animal Welfare Bill is scrapped

The animal welfare bill, designed to help protect livestock from out of control dogs, and defend pets and wild animals will no longer go ahead, Farming Minister Mark Spencer has announced

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'Back to square one' after Animal Welfare Bill is scrapped

The Animal Welfare ( Kept Animals) Bill, designed to help protect livestock from dangerous out of control dogs, as well as to defend pets and wild animals will no longer go ahead, Farming Minister Mark...

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