Tenants should have 'default right' to pets - Labour

Tenants should have 'default right' to pets - Labour

Labour wants to strengthen the rights of tenants to keep a pet in their properties as part of a package of proposed animal welfare measures.
Some rental agreements drawn up by landlords insist on no animals.
Tenants can seek permission to keep pets but Labour wants a default right for them to do so unless there is evidence their pet will be a nuisance.
Other Labour ideas include a ban on foie gras imports and an end to the export of live animals for slaughter.
The Conservatives said Labour were "belatedly playing catch-up" with their own recent announcements on animal welfare and... read more

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Source: BBC

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