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Madingley Lecture: Brexit, animal health, welfare, superbugs and superfarms

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A public lecture with John Fishwick, President of the British Veterinary Association.

The European Union has a huge influence on the veterinary profession here in the UK. Most of our animal health and welfare legislation comes from the EU and many of our vets and veterinary nurses have trained there. Our likely departure from the EU in March 2019 throws into sharp focus some of the issues facing the profession. In this lecture, John Fishwick considers some of these challenges, such as how we maintain a resilient veterinary workforce, and how we uphold welfare standards in both our pet animals and animals kept for food production.

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