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"Angel Dust"

Volume 201: debated on Wednesday 15 January 1992

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many cases of "angel dust" were detected in animals in each of the months of October, November and December 1991; and how many prosecutions are now pending.

Clenbuterol, commonly referred to as "angel dust", was detected in the following numbers of animals during the periods in question:

Number of cases detected
Excluding the above, four prosecutions are pending in respect of offences committed prior to October 1991.