Saturday, 26 March 2016

Controlling Themselves?

News that the UK Government is planning to repeal animal welfare codes because they are more demanding than the systems used by some other countries ( and might make things a tad more expensive for UK exporters. The idea is that people could still be charged with animal cruelty but the industries would become referees on their own activities. Just how forceful they would prove when faced with problems seen in a major player in their field (who is probably paying for the inspection) is somewhat unclear.

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