Fergus Ewing© Tim Scrivener
The Scottish government will not support the banning of live exports of livestock, according to rural economy secretary Fergus Ewing. This comes just a week after more than 50 MPs took part in a reception at the House of Commons on Monday 29 January, calling for an end to live animal exports for slaughter. A Private Members Bill on the issue of livestock exports was due to be heard at Westminster on Friday (2 February), but it was withdrawn by […]
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