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The (fictitious) Dangerous Pets Act 2016

The (fictitious) Dangerous Pets Act 2016

The (fictitious) Dangerous Pets Act 2016 provides local authorities with the power to require their residents to obtain a licence in order to keep any category of household pet which the relevant authority designates as “dangerous”. Local authorities are also given discretion to set the fee payable for issuing any licence required under the 2016 Act. Annie receives a letter from Merseypool City Council, demanding that she obtain a licence for her pet budgie – the latter animals having just been designated as “dangerous” pets on the grounds that their feathers are linked to breathing problems in some small children. When Annie protests, she is told that Bob – the local authority vet – is deeply concerned about rising rates of asthma in the local area and the City Council always acts on the advice of its expert veterinary advisors. Annie is even more irritated when she learns that the licence fee has been set at £300. In a recent newspaper
interview, Carl, the leader of Merseypool City Council, vowed that he would do everything in his power to avoid further budget cuts to frontline public services.

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