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Environment Secretary, Hilary Benn, announced in a written ministerial statement, a consultation on whether current law on dangerous dogs properly protects the public and encourages responsible dog ownership.
The aim is to review current legislation, help enforcers tackle those who abuse the law, and stop the abuse suffered by dogs that end up in the wrong hands.
The consultation will run until 1 June, and will examine:
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