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Beagle farm proposal appeal

In June 2011, East Riding Council refused planning permission for B & K Universal to erect new buildings for breeding beagle dogs to be used in experiments, citing traffic concerns surrounding the site....

ECHA’s first report on animal use

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has published the first of the reports, which it is required to submit to the European Commission every three years, on “The Use of Alternatives to Testing on Animals...

Government announces an end to animal testing of household products

The National Anti-Vivisection Society is encouraged by the Home Office’s announcement today, declaring the Government’s commitment to ending the testing of household products on animals. Jan Creamer,...

The NAVS condemns the rise in UK animal experiments

Research should be ‘Cutting Edge, Not Knife Edge’ Today, the Home Office published the annual “Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals” for 2010. The results show that there was an increase...

The NAVS steps up its UK “Cutting Edge Not Knife Edge” animal testing campaign

Cross-party MPs join to show support for NAVS campaign outside House of Commons Today, the world’s premier anti-vivisection group the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) stepped up its campaign...

Beagle Farm proposal rejected in victory for animal welfare

The Planning Committee of East Riding Council has helped strike a blow for animal welfare and protection by voting to refuse planning permission for a new building for breeding beagle dogs to be used in...

The NAVS calls on the public to respond to Home Office Consultation

Opportunity for “Cutting Edge, not knife edge” as Government consults on animal testing directive. This year the UK will begin the first major revision of animal experimentation rules in over 25 years...

Action Alert: New UK Animal Experiment Laws Imminent

This year in the UK, we have the biggest challenge on animal experiments for 25 years. The government is going to review the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986, to bring it into line with a...

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