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Would you give your child a dead animal for Christmas?

10th December 2004: Believe it or not, that’s what some children will be finding in their stockings on Christmas day, thanks to the sickening current trend for making soft toys from real animal fur. In...

Unlawful MoD killing verdict welcomed ­- but sarin deaths at Porton Down continue

16th Novemebr 2004: As the nation reels from the shocking case of Ronald Madisson ­- the 20-year-old serviceman killed by sarin at the MoDıs highly secretive Porton Down base in Wiltshire -­ the National...

Death of a tiger

9th November 2004: A bell tolls discordantly as the body of a tiger is hauled from a cage on the back of a lorry. The animal is dropped unceremoniously onto its face, falling into a heap on the ground. Two...

Overwhelming majority says change Animal Welfare Bill to ban circus animals

9th November 2004: Animal Defenders International reveals shocking new footage of abuse Animal Defenders International (ADI) is urging the Government to impose a ban on the use of performing animals...

TV Spy drama features real animal experimentation, filmed by real spies

1st November 2004: Monday night's (8th November) episode of Spooks, BBC1, will feature a scene in which rodents die horribly from a biological weapon. However, unlike much of the slick BBC drama these...

Elephants in danger as Ivory Trade creeps forward

14th October 2004: The decision at the CITES (The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) Conference to allow a limited trade in ivory has been met with horror by Animal Defenders International...

Endangered animals lose out as trophy hunters make gains at Conference for endangered species

12th October 2004: As the Conference of Parties (CoP) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) draws to a close in Bangkok tomorrow, Animal Defenders International (ADI) fears...

Beat me, kick me, whip me...shocking video of animal cruelty to be presented to Prime Minister

9th November 2004: TV presenter Wendy Turner Webster will present a shocking new video detailing the suffering of animals in circuses at 4.30pm today, to No. 10 Downing Street. The video is part of...

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