The government recently launched a consultation on making CCTV mandatory for all slaughterhouses in England. While slaughter can never be cruelty-free, these plans will make a huge difference in protecting animals from illegal violence.
Posted 01 Sep 2017
After almost a decade of campaigning by Animal Aid, the government has finally launched a consultation on plans to make CCTV mandatory for slaughterhouses in England.
Posted 11 Aug 2017
Forge Farm Meats in Tunbridge Wells could face prosecution, following covert filming by Animal Aid.
Posted 09 Aug 2017
Campaigners will hold banners and give animals water during a peaceful vigil at a Stockport slaughterhouse that was the subject of a recent undercover investigation.
Posted 30 May 2017
Undercover filming inside a Stockport slaughterhouse found a sheep being picked up by the fleece and thrown over a gate, alongside other instances of abuse and lawbreaking.
Posted 09 May 2017
Animal Aid is today lending its support to Anita Krajnc as a verdict is handed down for having given water to vulnerable, exhausted pigs destined for slaughter.
Posted 03 May 2017
Lord Justice Hickinbottom and Mr Justice Kerr ruled today at the High Court in Leeds that the defendants in the Bowood slaughterhouse case, which relates to an investigation by Animal Aid, should be tried.
Posted 27 Apr 2017
Burnley, Lancashire - Campaigners laid flowers and held banners during a peaceful vigil at a controversial slaughterhouse, which is the subject of a government cruelty probe.
Posted 26 Apr 2017
Campaigners will lay flowers and hold banners during a peaceful vigil at a controversial Lancashire slaughterhouse, which is the subject of a government cruelty probe.
Posted 20 Apr 2017
Secret footage shot inside a Lancashire non-stun slaughterhouse shows sheep having their throats hacked at and animals being thrown. This has prompted an urgent government investigation into cruelty and a slaughterman’s licence has been...
Posted 07 Apr 2017