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British Bulldog And Other Breeds

EDM number 622 in 1996-97, proposed by Harry Greenway on 06/03/1997.

That this House deplores the recommendations of the Council of Europe's Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals calling for a ban on many long-term and well established canine characteristics which, if successful, would lead to the outlawing of the splendid British bulldog and other findbreeds such as St. Bernards, several breeds of terrier and some types of corgi; and notwithstanding the fact that 11 European states have signed the treaty, calls upon the Government not to sign this disgraceful convention under any circumstances.

This motion has been signed by a total of 16 MPs.

Harry Greenway06/03/1997Ealing NorthProposed
Tony Banks06/03/1997Newham North WestSigned
Robert Parry11/03/1997Liverpool, RiversideSigned
Nicholas Winterton11/03/1997MacclesfieldSigned
Terry Lewis12/03/1997WorsleySigned
Bill Michie12/03/1997Sheffield, HeeleySigned
David Nicholson12/03/1997TauntonSigned
Bill O'Brien12/03/1997NormantonSigned
Rhodes Boyson12/03/1997Brent NorthSigned
Andrew Faulds12/03/1997Warley EastSigned
Gerry Steinberg12/03/1997Durham, City ofSigned
Michael Clapham13/03/1997Barnsley West & PenistoneSigned
Michael Colvin17/03/1997Romsey and WatersideSigned
Martyn Jones18/03/1997Clwyd South WestSigned
Bill Etherington20/03/1997Sunderland NorthSigned
Mike Hall20/03/1997Warrington SouthSigned

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