Controversial plans to breed beagles in East Yorkshire for use in animal experiments have been resubmitted two years after they were thrown out by the government.
A US-backed firm wants to breed up to 2,000 dogs a year in the village of Grimston, near Hull, and sell them for use in tests in UK laboratories.
A previous proposal to breed beagles on the site was rejected by Communities secretary Eric Pickles in January 2012.
His department called the plans in after campaigns were launched by anti-vivisection group and planning permission was refused by East Riding Council.
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