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The Government has been warned that its reforms to laws on dangerous dogs do “not go far enough”. Writing for Central Lobby ahead of her adjournment debate on the issue today, Labour MP Julie Hilling urges the Government to introduce “comprehensive legislation” to tackle the issue.
David Amess is Conservative MP for Southend West It is not easy to make a quick assessment of the UK fishing industry. At times, the big figures can seem glo...
from: Huw Irranca-Davies sent: 11 May 2013 18:19 Let me start with microchipping. Microchipping of dogs appeals to many owners. It can help reunite a much-lo...
George Freeman said the Government wanted to see field trials before accepting a link between neonicotinoid fertilisers and declining bee numbers. “What we were c...
Environmental Audit Committee press release EU vote on neonicotinoids: reaction by Chair of Environmental Audit Committee Joan Walley When the European Commissi...
Friends of the Earth press release The decision today to introduce EU-wide restrictions on neonicotinoid insecticides linked to bee decline is a significant victo...
29/04/2013 on Newsnight, BBC Two
16/04/2013 on Daily Politics, BBC 2
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