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That this House notes with alarm the growth in the illegal ivory trade in West Africa; recognises that Nigeria, Ivory Coast and Senegal are the worst perpetrators, where a report by Traffic and the WWF found more than 4,000 kilogrammes of illegal ivory on public display in nine cities in the three countries; further notes that laws exist in all three countries to prevent illegal trade but are not being imposed; and calls on the UK Government to work with international partners and wildlife groups to ensure that all countries apply UN rules on ivory trade.
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