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Category:Sheena Easton albumsShadow chancellor John McDonnell said he was minded to support the Tories’ plans to restrict free movement to stay in the EU.
The move came ahead of his own party’s conference in Liverpool, where the shadow chancellor will face a challenge from some at the top of the party to back a new Brexit deal.
Before the vote, Mr McDonnell told Sky News: ”The position of the Labour Party and the position of the trade unions is we want a different kind of Brexit. We want tariff-free, tariff-free access to Europe and that is what we will deliver when we have the mandate at the next election.”
”What we are seeking for the next leader is the mandate to say ’we are now going to go back to that position of the EU to trade tariff free, tariff free with Europe because that is what this country has always voted for and that is what this country deserves.'”
Mr McDonnell added that he was ”mindful” of the ”remainer wing” of his party when he made the comments, but that ”I want to use my vote, I will
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Beef and lamb farmers must introduce welfare schemes by July 1 of next year, the EU’s top court has ruled.
The European Court of Justice said EU animal welfare legislation requires member states to establish rules to ban certain practices that cause ”unnecessary” suffering.
The UK government said it accepted the ruling.
While it was concerned about the impact on the UK’s £1.9bn ($2.7bn) beef industry, the department said it would work to help the sector meet the July 1 deadline.
The ruling from the Luxembourg-based court came as a welcome relief to farming organisations, which said the UK’s past approach to animal welfare had been misguided.
The decision has come as a positive one for those producing beef
Beef and lamb industry organisation Beef + Lamb New Zealand
Beef and lamb farmers are not allowed to keep any animals once they reach five years old, and have to slaughter their older animals within 24 hours of arrival.
But the court said a national law setting out new regulations on any practices that caused animal suffering ”would not be disproportionate to the aim pursued”.
”It therefore adds that member states need to require, by July 1, 2008, that livestock establishments throughout the Union must ensure that animals or birds are not kept for any significant period in conditions which would cause them to be subjected to practices likely to result in the suffering of those animals,” it said.
Consumer group Which? said the ruling would help beef and lamb farmers to improve animal welfare.
But it said it was still concerned about the potential impact on the UK’s £1.9bn beef industry.
”While the EU has been taking action to improve animal welfare, the UK has been taking the opposite course,” it said.
It said the law would allow the Food Standards Agency to monitor and enforce animal-welfare rules at the country level.
”Until now the UK has not had the legal authority to set its own standards,” it said.
The judgement was made in a case brought against the UK’s general ban on keeping animals for more than 24 hours under the Animal Welfare Act of 1986.
The ruling could mean individual farmers will be allowed to slaughter their own animals for meat within the next decade, but producers who breach the law would be prosecuted and offenders could face fines of up to £5,000.