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UK’s environment secretary "opposes labelling of non-stunned meat"

Environment secretary Theresa Villiers is reported in the newspaper Jewish News as saying she “recognised the importance” both to Jewish and Muslim communities of eating food prepared according to religious laws.

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Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers has said she is opposed to regulations that would label meat from unstunned animals, incurring criticism from those lobbying for tighter laws around meat subject to religious slaughter methods.

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