Consultations on veterinary policies

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Body Consultation Response Deadline Response Published
Scottish Government Discussion paper – the criminal law dealing with dangerous dogs 26/Apr/2021
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs bTB: call for views on possible future measures to accelerate disease eradication in England 09/Apr/2021
Welsh Government Agriculture (Wales) white paper 22/Mar/2021
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs bTB: consultation on proposals to help eradicate disease in England 17/Mar/2021
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs The regulation of genetic technologies 15/Mar/2021
EFRA Committee Moving animals across border inquiry 12/Mar/2021
Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Legislative reform 09/Mar/2021
Red Tractor Red Tractor standards review 01/Mar/2021
Scottish Government FAWC opinion on the welfare of animals during transport 22/Feb/2021
EFRA Committee Seafood and meat exports to the EU 15/Feb/2021
EU Environment Sub-committee UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement inquiry 01/Feb/2021
House of Lords EU Goods Sub-Committee Future UK⁠–EU relations: trade in goods inquiry 01/Feb/2021
EFRA Committee Environmental Land Management and the agricultural transition 25/Jan/2021
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