Should greyhound racing be banned?
The Easter bank holiday weekend is always a busy time for greyhound racing - which is the sixth most popular sport by attendance in the UK .
According to the Greyhound Board of Great Britain - last year, more than 900 racing greyhounds died and almost 5,000 were injured.
A parliamentary report has said that secrecy within the industry has led to doubts about its ability to self regulate.
So we discussed whether it's time for greyhound racing to be banned.
Racing pundit John McCririck and Kerry Elliman, founder of Birmingham Greyhound Protection, joined us this morning to share their views. Watch the full interview below.
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