RSPCA should be stripped of prosecution powers, say MPs

RSPCA should be stripped of prosecution powers, say MPs
 

The RSPCA should be stripped of its powers to routinely prosecute animal welfare cases, according to MPs.
The Commons environment committee said there was a "conflict of interest" between the charity's power to prosecute and its role in investigating cases, campaigning and fundraising.
But the RSPCA defended its work and said the move was not supported by the government or animal welfare groups.
The government says it will consider the committee's recommendations.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs committee called on ministers to change the law concerning the RSPCA's... read more

 
16 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 51
Source: BBC
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