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The number of vet certifications required to allow the import and export of animals and animal products into and out of the UK may significantly increase post-Brexit, the British Veterinary Association has warned. The BVA has highlighted that if the UK is treated as a third country by the EU when it leaves, then new trading arrangements will mean the number of checks required will increase, requiring many more vets to perform the role of an ‘Official Veterinarian (OV)’. The […]
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