In October 2018, a political debate in Westminster forced the racing industry to implement a new strategy for horse welfare. As a consequence, racing’s self-appointed regulator, the British Horseracing Authority, established the Horse Welfare Board...
Posted 20 Feb 2020
Animal Aid have reached out to Wimbledon Park Golf Club following reports of a cull, urging them to take culling off the table as an option for dealing with conflict with the geese.
Posted 13 Feb 2020
Animal Aid’s detailed research into race horse deaths found that 186 horses died in 2019 as a direct result of racing. This alarming figure shows no sign of improvement in comparison to the fatality records...
Posted 06 Feb 2020
In an attempt to piggyback on the success of Veganuary, the dairy industry has once more attempted to push ‘Februdairy’, but it’s just another dairy industry failure.
Posted 05 Feb 2020
Secret footage taken over the course of three days in Spring 2017 inside Forge Farm slaughterhouse by Animal Aid, revealed serious cause for concern over the way the animals were treated prior to slaughter, including...
Posted 22 Jan 2020
Animal Aid, alongside a number of other peaceful organisations, has been listed in a document issued as part of anti-terrorism guidance.
Posted 17 Jan 2020
It has never been a better time to go vegan, says our Vegan Outreach Campaign Manager.
Posted 09 Jan 2020
Animal Aid can reveal the horrific level of animal suffering at Dstl (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory), Porton Down, the secret government laboratory.
Posted 09 Jan 2020
As reported in today’s Independent, TV naturalist, Chris Packham has urged supermarkets to cut their ties with suppliers that keep breeding game birds in raised laying cages.
Posted 20 Dec 2019
Thanks to you, we have been able to achieve a lot for animals in 2019. While there is always so much more to be done, a great deal of positive progress has taken place. From...
Posted 19 Dec 2019