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
Households in the United Kingdom are spending less and less on meat products, a new report released by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has revealed.
Posted 13 Mar 2017
Around 30 campaigners joined a Valentine's Day vigil at a controversial Sheffield slaughterhouse, where terrible animal suffering has recently been exposed. During the vigil, campaigners made a gruesome discovery.
Posted 15 Feb 2017
Campaigners will hold origami hearts and show animals compassion during a Valentine’s Day vigil at controversial Sheffield slaughterhouse that was subject of recent undercover investigation.
Posted 07 Feb 2017
Tenth to be filmed breaking the law
Secret footage shot inside a South Yorkshire slaughterhouse has reignited a row over animal cruelty, in the latest of a series of undercover films showing widespread lawbreaking in UK...
Posted 18 Jan 2017
On 12 January France passed a bill ordering slaughterhouses to install CCTV cameras, following an outcry over animal cruelty. Members of the French National Assembly were informed that lawbreaking is a widespread problem in the...
Posted 13 Jan 2017
A controversial plan to expand a horse knackery business in Ashcott, Bridgwater was approved by Sedgemoor District Council’s Development Committee on 11 January.
Posted 13 Jan 2017
An article in the Times newspaper today (December 31), reports a series of shocking incidents at a slaughterhouse in Suffolk, which resulted in 81 chickens being put into a scalding tank while still alive, and...
Posted 31 Dec 2016
Carrying photographs of turkeys and banners which read “Stop the Slaughter”, forty campaigners from Animal Aid and the Save Movement held a peaceful vigil outside the Bernard Matthews abattoir in Great Witchingham, Norwich.
Posted 16 Dec 2016
Political pressure is growing for the government to bring forward measures to ensure the use of independently-monitored CCTV becomes mandatory in slaughterhouses, in an effort to combat unlawful animal cruelty.
Posted 30 Nov 2016