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Vets welcome Brexit inquiry to safeguard animal health and welfare standards in Scotland

BVA Scottish Branch President Melissa Donald comments on a new inquiry launched by the Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee.


Animal health and welfare 'public goods' must be at heart of new agricultural policy

BVA President John Fishwick comments on the Government's proposals for a post-Brexit agricultural policy.


New slaughterhouse CCTV law will help safeguard animal welfare, say vets  

BVA President John Fishwick welcomes the new law, which introduces mandatory CCTV in all English slaughterhouses and enables unrestricted access to footage for Official Veterinarians.


Vets claim victory as Gove recognises animal welfare as a public good

Responding to Mr Gove's speech at the NFU Conference, BVA welcomed the Secretary of State's commitment to animal welfare as a public good in future agricultural policy


Critical role of vets recognised in new report on post Brexit trade in food

Many of the priorities highlighted by BVA in its written evidence to the EFRA Committee inquiry have been captured in the recommendations laid out by the committee


BVA elects new Northern Ireland Branch President

Ballynure-based mixed practice vet Alan Gordon has been named President of the BVA Northern Ireland Branch

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