UK: MP puts down a dog and cat meat ban at the Parliament

Conservative MP Giles Watling has put down a dog and cat meat ban as an amendment for Agriculture Bill on 28 January, after a meeting with World Dog Alliance on 9 January.

In the amendment, eating dogs and cats is guilty of as offence. Violators shall be in prison for a period not exceeding six months, or receive a fine not exceeding £5,000.

As a former actor, the MP for Clacton has devoted himself into safeguarding animal rights.

The Agriculture Bill is now at the Report Stage in the House of Commons.

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