Today we look at press coverage of the number of people keeping animals as pets under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
Today we look at widespread national and regional coverage of the government’s plans to make cat microchipping compulsory in England.
Today we look at coverage of new measures to help protect poultry and captive birds, following a number of cases of avian influenza in both wild and captive birds in the UK.
The Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill has been reintroduced to the House of Commons.
The UK has taken part in international discussions to protect elephants at the CITES conference and BBC Radio 4 Today Programme special episode commemorates the 70th anniversary of the National Parks legislation and previewed the Designated Landscapes Review.
On this morning's blog we look at the first conviction under Finn’s Law, the Countryside Stewardship Facilitation fund, which is now open for applications, and the fish deaths in the river Sheppey.
The Environment Secretary addressed stakeholders at the annual NFU Conference. Speaking alongside NFU President Minette Batters, he reiterated our commitment to maintain high standards of food production, animal welfare and environmental standards as the UK leaves the EU.
The Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Bill - commonly known as Finn’s Law – has passed its Committee Stage as it progresses through Parliament.
Media coverage of Hull's tidal flood scheme and new funding for greyhound welfare.
We look at coverage of the Food Waste Champion, the launch of the consultation to protect our urban trees, and how 2018 was a good year for animal welfare.