A House of Lords committee has launched an inquiry into the implications of Brexit for farm animal welfare.
The EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee said the short inquiry aimed to elaborate on issues identified in its ongoing inquiry into Brexit.
The inquiry seeks to highlight any challenges or opportunities the government will face in maintaining the UK’s role as a global leader in farm animal welfare.
It will comprise of a roundtable discussion on Wednesday 5 April, at which academics and industry experts will give evidence on farm animal welfare and Brexit.
(Source: UK Parliament)