A bull and a friesian cow in a field© Tim Graham/robertharding/REX/Shutterstock
Theresa May has promised the UK will maintain its high levels of animal welfare standards after the country leaves the EU. During her weekly session of questions in the House of Commons on Wednesday (15 March), the prime minister was asked whether her government would protect high levels of animal welfare in farming after Brexit. Conservative Louth and Horncastle MP Victoria Atkins asked Mrs May if her government would continue to back British farmers and protect standards for local food […]
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