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The Draft Animal Welfare Bill

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.

The Draft Animal Welfare Bill

first report of session 2004-2005.

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Series[HC]. [2004-2005] -- 52-II
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22821096M
ISBN 100215020758
OCLC/WorldCa316433815

  “The draft Animal Welfare Bill, , is reflective of the Supreme Court’s vision and also provides for substantially higher penalties than the existing  › News › National.   Animal Welfare and Trespass Legislation Amendment Bill Part 1 Preliminary s. 1 page 2 Consultation Draft 1 Part 1 — Preliminary 2 1. Short title 3 This is the Animal Welfare and Trespass Legislation 4 Amendment Act 5 2. Commencement 6 This Act comes into operation as follows — 7 (a) Part 1— on the day on which this Act receives the Royal 8 Assent; Welfare and Trespass.

  Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Bill The Howard League for Penal reform welcomes the opportunity to submit evidence to the draft Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Bill About us Founded in , the Howard League is the oldest penal reform charity in   NSWYL Animal Law Committee | Consultation on the exposure draft of the Animal Welfare Legislation Amendment Bill California9 which makes it an offence to sell ‘a live dog, cat, or rabbit in a pet store unless the dog, cat, or rabbit was obtained from a public animal control agency or shelter, society for the prevention of cruelty to

  cosmetics with animal products and, doing so, would hence improve animal welfare. 7. Implementation of the Act and oversight mechanisms The Bill is not sufficiently clear on how it will be enforced, and the establishment of oversight bodies that extend beyond those of animal welfare This Act may be called the Animal Welfare Act, The Ministry of Environment and Forests invites comments on the Draft Animal Welfare Act, This legislation, which will replace the existing Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act , will provide for enhanced penalties and clearer definitions of animal


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The Draft Animal Welfare Bill by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs/Welsh Assembly Government - Launch of the Draft Animal Welfare Bill - Full Text Ref: ISBNCm. PDF, KB, pages Order   The Government published the draft Animal Welfare Bill in July The draft Bill is intended to protect the welfare of companion and kept animals, including farmed animals, and to modernise existing animal welfare law.

In addition to retaining the existing cruelty offence, the draft Bill would also introduce a new welfare offence, whereby a Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Draft Bill Ref: ISBNCCS, Cm.

PDF, KB, 20 pages Order a copy The draft Animal Welfare bill says the Government “must have regard to the welfare needs of animals as sentient beings in formulating and implementing government policy. Read More Related Articles The government has published a draft Bill to strengthen animal welfare, which includes recognising animal sentience in UK law.

The government has today (12 December) published a draft Bill, which sets out that the government “must have regard to the welfare needs of animals as sentient beings in formulating and implementing government policy”. E-mail:@ Textphone TSO Shops Kingsway,London,WC2B 6PQ Fax Launch of the Draft Animal Welfare Bill ISBN 9 Launch of the Draft Animal Welfare Bill Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State   Draft Animal Welfare Bill in its First Report of Session –05, published on 8 December as HC 52–I.

The Government’s Reply to the Report was received on 14 February Government response Letter from Rt Hon Margaret Beckett   CONSULTATION ON THE DRAFT ANIMAL WELFARE (SENTENCING AND RECOGNITION OF SENTIENCE) BILL R e s p o n s e f r o m Hum a nis ts UK, J anuar y 20 1 8 Response to consultation questions 1.

What is your name. Rachel Taggart-Ryan 2. What is your email address. [email protected] 3. Are you replying as an individual or an organisation. Latest evidence. 17 Jan - Draft Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Bill - oral evidence | PDF version ( KB) HC | Published 14 Feb Evidence given by Mike Radford, Reader in Law, University of Aberdeen, and Sir Stephen Laws KCB, QC, former First Parliamentary Counsel; Penny Hawkins, Head of Research Animals, RSPCA Science Group, Paula /inquiries/parliament/draft-animal-welfare-bill   Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Draft Bill.

Presented to Parliament. by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. by Command of Her Majesty. December Cm £x //draft-animal-welfare-billpdf. The animal welfare bill was originally introduced during the legislative period by Accessibility without Exclusion Party lawmaker Rita Chaves.

But it never had enough support to move forward on the Assembly’s agenda, mainly because most legislators believed the proposed prison sentences were too :// To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, with reference to page four of the Seventh Special Report of Session of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, published on 23 Aprilon Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of the draft Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Bill Government Response to the Committee’s Second Report The draft animal welfare bill is now being considered by DEFRA, and UAR along with other stakeholders, has submitted a response to the two inquiries that will help to formulate the new legislation.

Stakeholders were asked to propose definitions for ‘sentience’, ‘animal’ and ‘welfare’, for use in the draft to-the-draft-animal-welfare-bill-inquiry. This draft Bill increases the maximum penalty for animal welfare offences in the Animal Welfare Act from six months to five years’ imprisonment.

This applies to the most serious offences under the Act – causing unnecessary suffering, illegally mutilating an animal, illegally docking a dog’s tail, illegal poisoning and encouraging an /consultation-on-the-animal-welfare-bill.

The government has "failed" to consider the full implications of the draft Animal Welfare Bill, according to a Committee scrutinising it. On Thursday (1 February) the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee published its report, ‘Pre Legislative Scrutiny of the draft Animal Welfare Bill.’.

The Committee has commented on the draft Bill before its introduction to Parliament and   Washington, DC—A mammoth plus-page farm bill draft (H.R. 2) was released yesterday and is scheduled for committee action next ing to the nonprofit Animal Welfare Institute (AWI), the draft represents a mixed bag for animals.

AWI commended the committee for omitting some of the language from past farm bills that the organization considers deeply harmful, but is urging /house-farm-bill-draft-offers-good-and-bad-news-animal-welfare.

The draft bill says the government "must have regard to the welfare needs of animals as sentient beings in formulating and implementing government policy". throughout the statute book" but the   Defining the welfare needs of animals. 6 The terms welfare and wellbeing- do not have sharp boundaries.

The following statements are indicative of the ways in which they are commonly used: Question 2: The draft Bill does not explicitly define a number of terms, such as: sentience, animal and welfare needs of animals.

Do you consider   The Countryside Alliance supports the principles behind the draft Bill. However, we have concerns about the potential for this to be turned from a bill to protect animal welfare into a bill to promote animal rights.

We also question the timing of this draft Bill given the demands on the Government’s time in this session of :// "To include the recognition of animal sentience as well as increasing animal cruelty sentencing to five years into the new Animal Welfare Bill is a very bold and welcome move by the ://.

COUNTRYSIDE ALLIANCE WRITTEN EVIDENCE ENVIRONMENT, FOOD, AND RURAL AFFAIRS SELECT COMMITTEE INQUIRY INTO DRAFT ANIMAL WELFARE BILL January Executive Summary • The Countryside Alliance supports the principles behind the draft Bill.

However, we have concerns about the potential for this to be turned from a bill to protect animal welfare intoLaunch Of The Draft Animal Welfare Bill. The most comprehensive modernisation of laws on domestic and captive animals for a century was introduced in draft today by Ben Bradshaw, the Animal Health and Welfare Minister.

The new law will introduce a new duty of care on pet owners to look after their pets properly, in accordance with good practice   Prison Reform Trust response to draft Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Bill – January The Prison Reform Trust (PRT) is an independent UK charity working to create a just, humane and effective penal system.

We do this by inquiring into the workings responses/Draft Animal.