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No deal Brexit risks shortages, delays and lower standards, warn vets

A no deal Brexit will exacerbate current shortages in the veterinary profession and create significant risks for trade, animal health and welfare and food safety.


No-deal impact on horse movement could see demand for vets and laboratory services skyrocketing

BVA has warned that a no-deal Brexit could lead to a surge in demand for vets and laboratories to carry out testing on horses, at a time when the workforce is already facing significant shortfalls in capacity.


Immigration proposals must consider UK's high proportion of EU vets

BVA has responded to the government’s proposals for a post-Brexit immigration system.


Vets warn no-deal Brexit could leave parts of the workforce at breaking point

BVA has warned that a no-deal Brexit could add up to a logistical nightmare for areas of the workforce and lead to serious shortfalls in capacity for vets certifying animals and animal products entering and exiting the UK.


Vets are speaking with a strong voice in changing times, says outgoing BVA President

Vets are working together and speaking with a united voice on animal welfare and workforce issues in the challenging times ahead, was the key message delivered by BVA President John Fishwick in his outgoing speech at BVA Members’ Day.


General Practice exotics and companion animal vet Daniella Dos Santos appointed BVA Junior Vice President

Exotics and companion animal vet Daniella Dos Santos was today (20 September) elected Junior Vice President of the BVA for 2018/2019 at BVA’s annual Members’ Day.

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