Dogs Trust’s latest investigation into the illegal puppy trade reveals continued abuse of pet travel legislation.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell is facing fresh calls to resign amid a brewing standoff over European access to Britain’s fishing waters after Brexit.
David Mundell has rejected calls for him to resign as he hit back at Nicola Sturgeon's claim that the Conservatives were betraying Scottish fishermen.
Scottish Conservative MP Stephen Kerr writes following his House of Commons Adjournment debate on Community Broadband.
Scottish Tories have warned Theresa May not to betray fishermen amid fears European trawlers could still have access to UK waters after Brexit.
Former Secretary of State for Scotland Alistair Carmichael writes ahead of his House of Commons Adjournment debate on the potential effect of a VAT reduction on the tourism industry.
Labour MP Chris Williamson writes ahead of his Westminster Hall debate on badger culling.
A post-Brexit trade deal with the US will lead to a “huge decline” in food safety in Britain, a former environment minister has warned.
Companies should give workers free fruit, bicycle loans and counselling to “help improve the health of their staff and of the nation,” according to a new government strategy.
A site which was once characterised by the din of mining machinery is set to become full of the soothing sounds of nature.
A row about fish may seem an unlikely hook for journalists to reel in their readers - but furious debate over seafood after Brexit has opened up a whole new angle for newsrooms.
Dods Monitoring's Mitchell Adams reviews the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference in London and global efforts to end poaching and the trade in illegal wildlife goods.
Scottish Tory MPs have threatened to vote down any Brexit deal that keeps the UK tied to EU fishing rules beyond 2020, in a move that could bring down the government.
A Cabinet minister has warned Theresa May against extending the Brexit transition period if it means forcing the UK to abide by EU fishing rules for longer.
Brexit could be to blame for a spike in the cost of Christmas turkeys, according to industry experts.
Minister of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food George Eustice attended a Conservative party conference fringe event hosted by Bright Blue and the Woodland Trust on the countryside after Brexit, discussing the proposed scheme to replace the Common Agricultural Policy.
Sunday at Conservative Party Conference saw Conservative MP Neil O’Brien joined by a panel of experts to debate the best way to bring affordable homes back to rural England
People found guilty of abusing animals could now face five years behind bars instead of just six months, Michael Gove has announced.
A puppy should never be bought on an impulse or without proper research, the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF) and the British Veterinary Association (BVA) are reminding prospective dog owners, as stronger animal licensing and breeding regulations come into effect in England today.
We are facing the most important trade negotiation in this country’s history. Labour will ensure the jobs, livelihoods, and workplace rights of the British people are protected, writes Barry Gardiner
Food exports could face significant delays at the border under a no-deal Brexit because of "poor quality" planning by the Environment Department, spending watchdogs have warned.
Britain and France have reached an “agreement in principle” which would bring an end to a bitter standoff over scallop fishing in the English Channel.
Michael Gove has called on France’s authorities to better protect British fishermen following an extraordinary clash between them and their French counterparts over access to scallops.
British Veterinary Association President John Fishwick said:
“We support the principle that puppies and kittens should not be sold in pet shops and via third parties and recognise that a ban on third party sales could help limit the reach and activity of unscrupulous breeders.