Environment Food and Rural Affairs
Philip Davies (Shipley, Conservative)
To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how many prosecutions there have been for the offence of a horse owner not having a valid horse passport in each of the last three years.
James Paice (Minister of State (Agriculture and Food), Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; South East Cambridgeshire, Conservative)
|Calendar year||Prosecution initiated||Conviction achieved||Charges withdrawn||Subject to Appeal||Appeal upheld-conviction stands|
The 2011 figures show one prosecution initiated. This figure corrects that given in my reply of
The AMES database records enforcement activity related to a registered holding that has been issued a Country Parish Holding number. Data relating to other premises, roadside checks of transporters, or other locations, or by bodies other than those local authorities that upload data to AMES, are not held.