Animal rights activists should be banned from sitting on an animal sentience ...

Animal rights activists should be banned from sitting on an animal sentience ...
Animal rights activists should be banned from sitting on an animal sentience ...
Animal rights activists should be banned from sitting on an animal sentience committee to stop 'vocal lunatics' hijacking the bill, say Peers Amendment specifying the ban is planned for the Animal Welfare Sentience Bill  It aims to avoid Government laws being sabotaged by animal rights groups Critics have warned the Bill is poorly designed and the Bill is also open to abuse

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Anyone who has been involved in animal rights groups should be banned from sitting on a powerful new ‘animal sentience’ committee, peers have said, amid concerns over activists hijacking controversial new legislation.

An amendment specifying the ban is planned for the Animal Welfare Sentience Bill to avoid Government laws being sabotaged by ‘vocal and well-funded animal rights groups’, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

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One of the key measures of the Bill, currently passing through the House of Lords, will be to establish the committee which will have powers to scrutinise all current and past legislation, in all departments.

Anyone who has been involved in animal rights groups should be banned from sitting on a powerful new ‘animal sentience’ committee, peers have said. Protesters are seen in London in 2019

Anyone who has been involved in animal rights groups should be banned from sitting on a powerful new ‘animal sentience’ committee, peers have said. Protesters are seen in London in 2019

Peers say that in its current form it will have open-ended powers, not limited in scope or timeframe.

Lord Mancroft, who plans to table the amendment to block animal rights activists from sitting on the committee, said last

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