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Political Animals 2015: The Laboratory Primate Trade

Last year, the NAVS exposed two more laboratory monkey supply facilities, Biodia in Mauritius and Noveprim in Spain. The exposé revealed: monkeys torn from the wild, destroying family groups pregnant...

Political Animals 2015: Kick Animal Testing Out of the House

It is over 15 years since the UK unilaterally banned the testing of cosmetics on animals, which was followed by a comprehensive EU-wide ban and a raft of replacement techniques being developed. This was...

Political Animals 2015: Government intervenes to expand UK laboratory beagle supply

Plans to extend a beagle breeding facility in Yorkshire were approved by Secretary of State Greg Clark in July, overturning the decision of the local council and contradicting a ruling by former Secretary...

Political Animals 2015: Thematic Review - A targeted approach to replacing animals in experiments

During the revision of the old European Directive on animal experiments (which became EU Directive 2010/63/EU), the NAVS presented a series of proposals to find a way of identifying, examining and replacing...

Political Animals 2015: Transparency–Accountability–Replacement

It is now over a year since the government opened its consultation on the review of Section 24 of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act (ASPA). Also known as the “secrecy clause”, Section 24 places a...

Political Animals 2015

Our latest issue of 'Political Animals’, the NAVS annual report showcasing our campaigns for better science without the use of animals: View as pdf Follow links below to view online Transparency–Accountability–ReplacementIt...

European Commission responds to million-strong petition with promise of more action

The European Commission has responded to the European Citizens’ Initiative which had called for a repeal of the European Directive of animal research and an end to such research throughout Europe. The...

Commitments on animal use in research welcomed by NAVS

The National Anti-Vivisection Society has welcomed commitments on animal research made by several political parties in manifestos published ahead of the General Election on May 7. The NAVS has been working...

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