No! You are not even allowed to buy then or be given them
Dangerous dog act 1991 Pitts and their mixes were banned, at that time they had to be registered, chipped, insured, tattooed,neutered, muzzled in public etc etc etc. A total ban on breeding, sale, exchange, from the beginning of 1992-1997 no dog was allowed to be added to the register so any dog born after that time is illegal and would be seized, PTS and the owner prosecuted ....then in 1997 the order was amended to say a court could add any other dog to the order............so in reality no Pitts should still be alive, they should have died out in that time...........so any you see are illegal.
PS At one RSPCA kennels about 6 weeks ago.....I visited to do a behavioural accessment from an adopting family and a Pitt un neutered male of about 2 years old was in a kennel and was told by staff it was a staffie.........not a chance! I asked if it was up for adoption and the manager quietly said no they were aware it was a full Pitt and were waiting the 7 days to see if the 'owner came forward to reclaim it......I have to say it was a lovely, well mannered dog, however illegal!