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Veterinary capacity is number one concern in Public Accounts Committee Brexit report

BVA has responded to the Public Accounts Committee report, Defra’s progress towards Brexit, welcoming its recognition of the need for urgent action to guard against shortfalls in workforce capacity after Brexit.


British Veterinary Association warns that no deal pet travel arrangements will impact on vets and owners

BVA has warned that pet owners must start preparing now if they want to take their pet to the EU after Brexit, in case a no deal situation leaves them facing long waits to get them cleared for travel.


Brexit poses ‘complex and unique’ challenges for vets in Northern Ireland, warns British Veterinary Association

At BVA's Annual Northern Ireland Dinner, BVA President Simon Doherty championed the work of vets in Northern Ireland and called for urgent action to guard against a serious shortfall in workforce capacity following Brexit


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.

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