New legislation aimed at tackling fly-grazing and abandoned horses is in danger of becoming “toothless” and a “missed opportunity”, according to the Welsh Conservatives.

A Freedom of Information request has revealed the declining – and sporadic – use of the Control of Horses (Wales) Act by county councils.

The Act was introduced by the Welsh Government in 2014 as an urgent response to fly-grazing and equine abandonment issues across Wales.

Reported by the Daily Post. You can read the full story here. 

I am a journalist and author. I am a journalist at the UK edition of WIRED magazine. In 2015, my first book Freedom of Information: A Practical Guide for UK Journalists, was published. My second book Reed Hastings: Building Netflix, was published in March 2020. I created FOI Directory in 2012 and have maintained it in my spare time ever since.