HC Deb 27 March 1975 vol 889 cc311-2W
Mr. Freud

asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food what appointments have been made to ensure that the recommendations of the O'Brien Report are carried out at British ports and in foreign transit; and what were the dates of such appointments.

Mr. Strang:

Work at the ports is undertaken by the divisional staff of the State Veterinary Service, assisted as required by local veterinary inspectors who are veterinary surgeons in private practice. In addition, four veterinary staff at headquarters specialise full-time in animal welfare. One of these was transferred from other duties on 24th February.

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