Brexit: The Future for Animals?

Posted on the 24th June 2016

The referendum outcome, calling for Britain to leave the European Union, will have far-reaching, although not always predictable, consequences for animals in farms, in vivisection laboratories, in the wild and elsewhere.

 

We won’t rush to judgement but the considered opinions offered before the vote by a number of animal protection organisations on the Quaker Concern for Animals website are worth studying. Visit the Quaker Concern for Animals Website

You may also find this piece by the Association of Lawyers for Animal Welfare interesting.

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