The British government said on Tuesday to consider “limiting the trade” of foci gras, a product resulting from the force-feeding of zees and ducks, of which France is the largest producer and exporter in the world.
Presenting his legislative program for Parliament on the upcoming 11 May Tuesday during a traditional speech from the throne read by Queen Elizabeth II, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he wanted to make “recovery” a “priority”. To support the UK epidemic, economic recovery and jobs and fight crime.
It also provides for an animal welfare law which, according to an explanatory document, envisages “additional measures to limit trade and sales” in this country, which follows domestic animals.
One question “very carefully”
A Downing Street spokesman said the issue would be “looked at very carefully”. He ignores whether Boris Johnson, whose fiancé Carrie Symonds is involved in the cause of the animals, himself consumes Foy Grass.
The Animal Welfare Act aims to ban the export of live animals for fattening or slaughter, as well as a ban on the import of hunting trophies from endangered animals.
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