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    02 February, 2005

    Are horse passports the new puppy farms?

    Aside from windfarms at Scarweather sands, the most emails and letters I think I have received since joining the National Assembly were about an allegation (wrong) that we were supporting puppy farms.

    I see the lobbying has now started on horses' passports which we are debating next week. One of my colleagues has already described plans for horses' passports as a dog's breakfast.

    More worryingly, David Cornock , BBC Wales's own blogger, says that Kilroy-Silk has taken up the issue.

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