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Animal circuses: Opinions

13 January 2006

UK Public opinion: A MORI opinion poll commission by ADI in Autumn 2005 shows overwhelming opposition to the use of animals in circuses. The latest in a series of opinion polls showing rising opposition...

Animal circuses: Circuses and the UK Animal Welfare Bill

13 January 2006

The UKs Animal Welfare Bill had its second reading in the House of Commons on 10th January and will finish in Committee on January 26th. The Bill will cover animals in circuses and represents a genuine...

ADI Local Authority Action

13 January 2006

Animal Defenders International have surveyed the UKs local authorities to update records of policies on animal circuses. Of 472 contacted, 318 (67%) responded. Encouragingly, fewer and fewer councils...

The Mary Chipperfield Trial: UK bases close

10 January 2006

On Thursday, 13th July, Mary (Chipperfield) and Roger Cawley called it a day and Croft Farm went on sale - asking price 1 million. This is a huge victory for the Animal Defenders. Croft Farm was the...

The Mary Chipperfield Trial: Suzanne Chipperfield

10 January 2006

In October 1999 we learned that Suzanne Cawley (Chipperfield) had applied to Test Valley Council for a new Dangerous Wild Animals Act (DWAA) Licence for the facility owned by her parents, Mary and Roger...

The Mary Chipperfield Trial: the aftermath

10 January 2006

It was a bad blow that the CPS did not ask the magistrate to remove the couple's Dangerous Wild Animals Act licence, impose a ban, or request that Mary Chipperfield's name be removed from the Performing...

The Mary Chipperfield Trial: the sentencing

10 January 2006

On the 9th April 1999, hundreds of campaigners arrived at Aldershot Magistrates Court to hear Mary Chipperfield and Roger Cawley finally sentenced and to learn the fate of Trudy the chimpanzee. PENALTIES...

The Mary Chipperfield Trial: the trial continued

10 January 2006

DAY FIVE The day opened with the Cawleys producing for the court a variety of implements with which they hit (or in their court parlance, 'encouraged') animals. These included various whips and a fibre...

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