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Time to install CCTV cameras in animal research labs
In the light of yet more evidence of incompetence, cruelty and regulatory breakdown suffered by animals in UK laboratories, Animal Aid is stepping up its campaign to have CCTV installed in establishments that conduct animal experiments.More about Animal Aid's campaign to have CCTV cameras installed in all animal research laboratories
The Suffering of ‘Broiler’ Chickens
Whilst the building of huge new pig farms and mega-dairies has been making headlines, it’s important to remember that chickens reared for meat, also known as ‘broiler’ chickens, are still the most factory farmed animals in the UK. Almost all the chicken meat sold in the UK comes from birds crammed into huge sheds where they suffer from a range of health problems and live tragically short lives. Find out more by watching our new video ‘Broiler’ Birds: The suffering of Britain’s chickens and by reading our new factsheet The suffering of ‘broiler’ chickens.Watch the video Read the factsheet
March for the Badgers!
The campaign to protect badgers from the government-sanctioned cull continues with a march in London on June 1st. Organised by London Against the Cull and supported by many animal protection organisations, including Animal Aid, marchers will assemble at 12 noon at Millbank, near Tate Britain. Marchers are asked to wear black and white to show their support for the badgers.More about the National March against the Badger Cull Sign the petition See the new music video created by Brian May, Brian Blessed and Weebl