A puppy from an animal rescue charity in south Wales will be moving in to Downing Street with Prime Minister Boris Johnson later.

The 15-week-old Jack Russell-cross, which has yet to be named, had been left abandoned by puppy farmers.

It will move from Friends of Animals Wales in Rhondda, into the flat above No 11 Downing Street where Mr Johnson and his partner Carrie Symonds live.

They were keen to promote Lucy’s Law – a crackdown on puppy farms.

The link between the couple and Friends of Animals Wales (FOAW) came through TV vet Marc Abraham who has worked with the charity’s owner Eileen Jones.

“It was important to shine a light on the work she’s doing,” he said. “It’s entirely voluntary with huge vets bills so they only

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