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Ministers could back bid to cut number of animals killed without being stunned

MP plans amendment to kept animals bill to reduce non-stun slaughters while protecting religious rights

Ministers are considering backing a Tory MP’s bid to cut the number of animals slaughtered without being stunned, while protecting religious rights to halal and kosher meat.

Chris Loder, an animal welfare advocate, is planning to lay an amendment to the new kept animals bill, which would be aimed at reducing the number of animals killed for meat without being stunned first.

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