Wednesday June 8, 2016, BBC News reports "Grimston beagle-breeding farm judicial review fails."
The report says "An animal rights group has lost a judicial review against government approval for a firm in East Yorkshire to breed dogs for medical experiments.Cruelty Free International (CFI) challenged the decision in the High Court over planning permission for the B&K Universal site in Grimston. CFI claimed the decision violated EU law as the dogs would have no outdoor space. B&K Universal [an American company] claimed outdoor access would expose the dogs to infections."
Here is what we reported in July 2015 about plans to expand a beagle breeding facility in Yorkshire.
In July 2015 the British government has overturned a planning decision to allow the building of a controversial puppy breeding facility which will breed beagles for drug test experiments.