Standards of care for livestock need to be universally applied without unfair bias towards particular sections of the society. If the elected government outlaws certain practices of meat production then all meat producers should comply. If you cannot buy meat produced in accordance with your particular religious tradition then you can still eat fish and vegetables.
It has been proved scientifically, non-stunning methods of slaughter cause unneeded suffering and pain to the animal, animal rights outweigh religious rights. At least impose some kind of labelling upon meats sold, so that customers can choose not so support this barbaric practice. The problem is spineless politicians too afraid to do anything.
Just because many individuals feel scared when hearing the procedure doesn't mean you should ban it. It is highly important that Muslims should eat Halal and Jews should eat Kosher and it is forbidden for them to have meat slaughtered by other methods. So, how would they ever eat meat if you ban it. That's against Human and Religious Rights!
I personally think that Halal and Kosher meats should not be removed from the market in the United Kingdom because the meats are known there and the United Kingdom would not be as known as it is now. I personally think that Halal and Kosher meats should not be removed from the market in the United Kingdom.
No, Halal and Kosher meats should not be removed from the market in the United Kingdom, because that would be tantamount to religious discrimination. Those who want to eat a diet that is Halal or Kosher compliant should have the option to do so if they want to. The government should not be imposing a diet that is anti-religious.
Removing Halal and Kosher meats seems almost like a religious attack. Why should you punish a religion by taking away a source of food that they eat. It seems cruel and almost archaic. I am not a religious person, but I do believe everyone has the right to believe what they wish as far as religion.
Access to Halal and Kosher meats is a critical component of religious freedom. As long as they do not pose a health risk, Halal and Kosher should be tolerated. The slaughter of Halal and Kosher meats should also be inspected to ensure that it meets a minimum standard for animal rights.
No, they should not take these meats of the market over in the UK, since there is a lot of these meats sold, and they need to keep them on the shelves so that the stores there make more money and can pay more taxes to the UK and help out.