Animal transport: where are we now with EU law? – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted February 19th, 2019 in animals, brexit, EC law, news, standards, transport by sally

‘Livestock transport has been a controversial subject in the UK for many years. Efforts by public authorities to reduce or mitigate the movement or export of live animals have hitherto foundered on the rocks of free movement of goods (see my post on TFEU Article 35). Despite the ethical controversy, the current position is that long distance transport of nonhuman animals for slaughter is lawful (Barco de Vapor BV v Thanet District Council [2015] Bus LR 593.) ‘

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UK Human Rights Blog, 18th February 2019