The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has called for the Government to make ending of non-stun slaughter a priority, following a Parliamentary debate on an e-petition relating to ending non-stun slaughter to promote animal welfare that took place in Westminster Hall in Parliament this week.
BVA, supported by the RSPCA, calls on the Government to end non-stun slaughter on the day of a Parliamentary debate on an e-petition relating to ending non-stun slaughter to promote animal welfare. The debate will take place in Westminster Hall at the Palace of Westminster at 4.30pm, Monday 23rd February 2015.
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BVA calls on Government to end non-stun slaughter following Parliamentary debate http://t.co/jeEjZmT7iJ #stunb4slaughter
26 Feb at 14:23
Lots of support in #stunb4slaughter debate for measures to reduce welfare harm inc post-cut stunning and better labelling. Great progress
23 Feb at 19:31
Lots of thanks from MPs in the #stunb4slaughter debate to all of you for signing our epetition & getting this issue on the agenda
23 Feb at 19:29
The #stunb4slaughter debate is just about to begin, follow it at http://t.co/cdpOkkFbe9
23 Feb at 16:30
BVA calls on Government to end non-stun slaughter on day of Parliamentary debate http://t.co/tyX027Gekg
23 Feb at 13:28
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