Security warning for MPs over reform of halal and kosher animal slaughter after ...

Security warning for MPs over reform of halal and kosher animal slaughter after ...
Security warning for MPs over reform of halal and kosher animal slaughter after ...
MPs who campaign for reform of halal and kosher animal slaughter told to boost their security in the wake of murder of Sir David Amess Some halal and all kosher slaughter does not see animals stunned beforehand Some MPs backing law change told 'be careful what you say publicly on issue'  Also advised to review their personal security, the Sunday Times reported

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MPs backing reform of the law over kosher and halal animal slaughter have been told to boost their security in the wake of the murder of Sir David Amess.

Currently some livestock killed to adhere to religious rules followed by Muslims and Jews is not stunned into unconsciousness beforehand, something some welfare  campaigners want banned.

Now some MPs backing a law change that would limit the number of animals that can be slaughtered in this way have been told they should 'be careful what you say publicly on this issue'.

They have also been advised to review their personal security, the Sunday Times reported.

It comes after MPs were offered security guards to watch over them when meeting the public under a security review prompted by the murder of Tory Sir David in Southend. 

Currently some livestock killed to adhere to religious rules followed by Muslims and Jews is not stunned into unconsciousness beforehand, something some welfare campaigners want banned.

Currently some livestock killed to adhere to religious rules followed by Muslims and Jews is not stunned into unconsciousness beforehand, something some welfare campaigners want banned.

It comes after MPs were offered security guards to watch over them when meeting the public under a security review prompted by the murder of Tory Sir David in Southend.

It comes after MPs were offered security guards to watch over them when meeting the public under a security review prompted by the murder of Tory Sir David in Southend.

Sir David was a keen animal welfare supporter. Now Tory colleague Chris Loder is planning to lay an amendment to the Kept Animal

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