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Religious animal slaughter change urged
The practice of slaughtering animals by slitting their throats and draining the blood in line with religious custom should be adapted to prevent suffering, the leader of Britain's vets has said.
John Blackwell, head of the British Veterinary Association, said animals should be "stunned" before slaughter.
The practice is traditional in Judaism and Islam.
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