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Government's national 'non-animal' research centre is a farce

21st May 2004 The Government's new National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research, announced today, will exclude all animal welfare organisations and be overseen...

World Lab Animal Week - April 24-30, 2004

Saturday 24 April 2004 is World Day for Laboratory Animals, starting a week of campaigns and protests for Lab Animal Week worldwide. World Lab Animal Week (recognised by the United Nations) was established...

Royal College of Surgeons proposes to roll back animal protection 100 Years

22nd March 2004 The National Anti-Vivisection Society is appalled that the Royal College of Surgeons propose to roll back over a hundred years of animal protection, as well as surgical progress, by...

Legal action accuses Blair, Sainsbury, and Prescott

3rd January 2004 of Interference and Errors in Cambridge Monkey Laboratory Case 3rd January 2004 The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) and Animal Aid have launched a High Court challenge...

Government condemns thousands of monkeys to brain damage horror

5th August 2003 The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) is horrified that the Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, has turned the tide in favour of experiments on primates, 21st November 2003,...

The NAVS condemns shocking rise in GM animal experiments

18th July 2003 Shocking new figures released by the government today, show that genetically modified animals now account for over a quarter of all animal experiments. There were 2.73 million experiments...

Horrific reality of Blairís vision for science

15th July 2003 Animal Defenders International (ADI) and the National Anti-Vivisection Society UK (NAVS) have today launched a new report on shocking cruelty and animal suffering in laboratories in India. Details...

The NAVS challenges EU death sentence for 20 million animals

11th July 2003 The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) has made a submission to the European Union in a bid to change a new policy which could herald the deaths of 20 million animals. The draft...

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