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ADI and the NAVS remember Tony Banks

11th 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...

The NAVS welcomes call to end primate research

22 August 2005 Scientists and animal protection groups have united at the 5th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, in Berlin this week to agree a unilateral halt in the...

World Lab Animal Week 2005

See his point of view for a day. A day through his eyes would seem like your worst nightmare. Imagine living in a small pen, on a cold tile floor with just a scattering of sawdust for comfort, then...

Shocking experiments unveiled at Inveresk Research

11th April 2005 Animal Defenders International (ADI) today launches a new report on the use of animals in research at Inveresk contract testing laboratory in Scotland. Documents and photographs leaked...

Ferrets clamped and forced to watch The Matrix - and they call it science

23rd December 2004 As people settle down over the Christmas holiday to watch the latest blockbuster, they should spare a thought for the animals in the hands of researchers at the University of Rochester,...

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

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

Government support fuels rise in animal experiments - new figures out today

Figures released today by the Home Office reveal that animal experimentation has reached its highest level since Tony Blair first came to power. The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS), the world's...

Controversial High Court ruling over Cambridge Primate Lab crushes public

30th July 2004 The High Court's ruling today (Friday 30 July) - that John Prescott was entitled to overturn his own planning inspector's decision to refuse Cambridge University's primate laboratory...

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