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BVA and BCVA highlight concerns about surveillance

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CARL Padgett, the BVA President, and Andrew Praill, president of the British Cattle Veterinary Association, were among witnesses giving evidence to the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (EFRACom) last week. They had been invited to give evidence to the committee's inquiry into the AHVLA's plans to rationalise its laboratory service in England and Wales, and also its plans to introduce competitive tendering for Official Veterinarian services.

In his evidence, Mr Padgett said that the BVA was concerned about the …

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