Breakfast on Brexit

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Following the historic 23 June referendum, the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU).

Whatever an individual vet’s personal position on leaving or remaining in the EU, Brexit poses big questions for the veterinary profession, presenting potential challenges and opportunities.

Areas that may be affected by Brexit include veterinary workforce issues, animal health (including surveillance and border controls), animal welfare, food hygiene and safety, veterinary medicines and research and development (R&D).


  • Alick Simmons BVMS MSc MRCVS, Chair of the BVA Brexit working group
  • Chris Tufnell BSc(Hons) BVMS MRCVS, President of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons an Director of Coach House Vets Ltd
  • Session chaired by Gudrun Ravetz, BVSc MRCVS,BVA President, September 2016 – September 2017

Running time: 58 minutes.
Part of BVA Congress at London Vet Show 2016.

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London Vet Show

London Vet Show is a national two day conference and exhibition which offers world-class clinical and business content to veterinary professionals. The show has nearly 400 exhibitors and six clinical streams of world-class Continuing Professional Development (CPD).