UK: Parliament denies extension in powers to cull animals
Politicians have moved to deny media reports alleging that the Government has given itself greater powers to slaughter animals with owners' consent. Leader of the House of Commons, Robin Cook, denied the Government's powers to slaughter animals had been amended, saying: "The only powers for entry and slaughter contained in the regulations are powers that already exist in statute. There is no extension on those powers."
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