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Spectre of bird flu returns to the UK

A case of bird flu has been identified at a duck-breeding farm in East Yorkshire. Whilst farmers and consumers selfishly worry about the impact on Christmas meat sales, Defra has ordered the culling of 6,000 ducks from the farm and has imposed a 10km (6 mile) exclusion zone around the farm. Animal Aid has grave concerns about the inevitable intense suffering and stress to the animals that will be caused by this large-scale, emergency slaughter.

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Research charities must now swear pro-vivisection public oath

The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), the sector’s key representative body, has told its 133 members that, from November 20, they must publicly declare their support for vivisection if they wish to remain within its ranks. The move has been condemned as ‘outrageously authoritarian’ by national campaign group Animal Aid because of the way it denies research funders the right to exercise their independent judgement on a highly contentious issue.

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Animal Aid's South West Christmas Without Cruelty Festival

South-West's First Green MEP to speak at Animal Aid's groundbreaking Exeter Christmas Festival

Exeter’s fast-growing South West Christmas Without Cruelty Festival returns to Exeter Corn Exchange on Saturday 22 November with its winning mix of cruelty-free shopping, great food and special events.

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Vote for Animals 100 MPs Demand Mandatory CCTV in Slaughterhouses It's not too late to sign up for the Great Vegan Challenge BHF supports repulsive experiments on rats and mice Horrific pile-up at Wolverhampton Racecourse results in horse death Fireworks Frighten Please think before supporting Movember MPs from Manchester and Birmingham call for CCTV in Slaughterhouses Charity's attempt to distance itself from cruel animal experiments backfires Gun lobby under fire Government figures on mis-stunning in UK slaughterhouses 'more than 99.99 per cent inaccurate' Government kills parakeets United Utilities Calls off the Cull! Bullet in the head for a long-haul horse Ask your MP to support the battery cage ban! Growing backlash against the brutality and rural vandalism of grouse shoot owners Visit our new website SlaughterhouseCCTV.org.uk

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