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World Society for the Protection of Animals
Dec 21, 2010Not in my Cuppa campaigners were down at the House of Commons this morning to hear a mini-debate about dairy farming.
Dec 13, 2010Pupils from the Little Starz Children’s Centre in Southwest London helped to improve the lives of donkeys in Bethlehem by performing the much-loved Christmas carol Little Donkey.
Dec 8, 2010Not in my Cuppa met with the Minister of State for Defra yesterday, asking the Government to do more to prevent threats posed by mega-dairies, such as the current Nocton Dairies proposal for 3,770 cows.
Dec 6, 2010A WSPA investigation has revealed that one of Christmas’ most popular symbols, the reindeer, is subjected to immense suffering in Sweden and Finland.
Dec 1, 2010To support our Christmas appeal to help donkeys and mules in Bethlehem WSPA have produced a special video featuring the well-loved carol “little donkey” to show how we are helping these animals.
Nov 26, 2010Chowti, a six year old female Asiatic black bear, was confiscated following an illegal bear baiting event in Pakistan last week and has been brought to the sanctuary at Balkasar.
Nov 25, 2010Worldwide events to protest against the fur industry and the one billion animals killed annually by the industry were held on Friday 26th November
Nov 23, 2010We need your support to get dairy cow farming into the political agenda and to stop the UK’s first mega-dairy being built.
Nov 18, 2010Nocton Dairies announced today the revised planning application that could see just under 3800 cows living in indoor sheds for most of their lives.
Nov 16, 2010The Sustainable livestock Bill proposed by Robert Flello MP had its second reading today. It needed more than 100 MPs to vote yes in order to process to the next stage. The Bill called for the Government to support farmers to switch to sustainable farming systems that would benefit humans, animals and the environment.
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