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Threat of violence is a red herring

21st January 2003 Government Concedes Call For Freedom Of Information On Animal Experiments The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) is delighted with today's concession from the government...

Animal experiments dissected at Cambridge Primate Lab inquiry

6th December 2002 Today Dr Ray Greek, representing the National Anti-Vivisection Society and Animal Aid, demolished the case put by Cambridge University to support its application for a primate laboratory. A...

Mouse genome a blueprint for unprecedented animal suffering

4th December 2002 The new issue of the science journal Nature is given over completely to the news that the mouse genome has now been mapped. But the excitement of the scientific community is nothing...

New guide highlights charity funding of animal experiments

28th November 2002 In the coming month millions of people will receive appeals from charities asking, in the spirit of Christmas, for you to help their cause. Yet, despite a message of peace on earth,...

European testing ban

November 2002 The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) today welcomed the vote of the European Parliament in favour of a ban on the sale of cosmetics tested on animals. This tremendous decision...

It's Ratty Claus!

27th September 2002 Ratty, an ex-lab rat, features on the new Christmas Card from the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS), the Lord Dowding Fund for Humane Research, and the Animal Defenders -...

House of Lords Select Committee: will Labour miss an opportunity?

24th July 2002 The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) welcomed only some parts of the report of the House of Lords Select Committee on Animals in Scientific Procedures, published today. Although...

Meps stand up to UK Government over issue of testing cosmetics on animals

12th June 2002 Congratulations to the UK's MEPs for standing up to the UK government over the issue of testing cosmetics on animals. Despite the 'voluntary' ban on cosmetics testing in the UK, the...

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