The agenda in the UK is to ban American Bully XL breed dogs across the country.

Last week, after images of a dog of this breed attacking an 11-year-old boy and other people went viral on social media, British Home Secretary Suella Braverman made a statement.

Braverman announced that work has begun to ban this breed of dogs.

Home Secretary Suella Braverman made a statement about the latest attack, saying, "This is terrible. The American XL Bully is a clear and deadly danger to our communities, especially children. We cannot continue like this. I have made urgent recommendations to ban them."

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), which works for animal welfare in the UK, announced that banning the breeds makes them more valuable to criminals.

"These are big, strong dogs, which means they can cause serious injury. But they are not aggressive by nature. Unfortunately, for many owners, these dogs have become a commodity that encourages aggressive behavior and this needs to change."