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That this House notes that the UK Government has condemned the Canadian commercial seal hunt; believes that the hunt is cruel and unnecessary; resasserts the democratic right of independent observers from animal welfare groups to film the hunt in the interests of public scrutiny; is concerned that the Canadian government is attempting to obstruct and hinder future observation through proposed amendments to the law; is further concerned that the Canadian authorities have arrested and put on trial five observers of the 2006 hunt, including a UK citizen, Mark Glover, from Respect for Animals; and calls on the the UK Government to register its protest over Canada's conduct in this matter.
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