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First ever eye witness accounts to circus cruelty live on internet

24 January 2006

From the undercover investigators who brought down the circus industry For the first time film clips of violence inside circuses are live on the internet on the ADI website for MPs deliberating on the...

Wendy Turner Webster whips up support for Ban on the use of animals in circuses

20 January 2006

Today in Westminster, TV presenter Wendy Turner-Webster, dressed provocatively as a circus ring master backed the campaign to end the use of all animals in circuses. On Tuesday 24 January, MPs on the...

MPs urged to vote to ban circus animals for the first time in the UK Animal Welfare Bill

13 January 2006

ADI’s amendments to the Animal Welfare Bill represent the first time a ban on circus animals has been put before Parliament. They have been tabled by MPs Shona McIsaac and David Drew, both on the Standing...

ADI and NAVS remember Tony Banks

11 January 2006

Lord Stratford, formerly Tony Banks, MP was a fervent animal welfare enthusiast and supported ADI and the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) in many of our campaigns. In 2004 he helped ADI...

ADI calls for Animal Welfare Bill to end circus animal misery

9 January 2006

2nd Reading in the House of Commons 10.1.06 As the Government’s Animal Welfare Bill goes for its second reading tomorrow, 10th January, Animal Defenders International (ADI) is calling for MPs to use...

Animal Welfare Bill evidence for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (EFRA)

4 January 2006

1. EFRA invited interested parties to submit brief written evidence on the Animal Welfare Bill, asking that comments should be confined to any significant differences between the draft version and the...

Tourist industry acknowledges implications of animal protection

24 November 2005

Tour operators and travel experts say tourism must not exploit wildlife Plans to serve wildlife at an ‘exotic buffet’ for the New Year opening of Chiang Mai Night Safari in northern Thailand have been...

ADI welcomes concessions but EU vote still condemns animals to die in unnecessary tests

18 November 2005

The fate of millions of laboratory animals has been decided by today’s vote by the European Parliament on REACH*, which, despite some significant concessions, is likely to see the EU press ahead with the...

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