• Buy Long Lasting Poppies And Make A Donation Each Year Instead!
    The disposable ones are virtually indestructible and are finding their way into the sea around the coast of the UK.
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  • Ban mink hair false eyelashes
    Unnecessary cruelty to animals
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  • Animal Smuggling
    It is important to stop the suffering of these animals.
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  • Ask New Covent Garden Soup to stop using plastic in their packaging
    Our use of plastic is unsustainable and we are killing our planet. Let's not change plastic-free packaging to plastic-containing at the very time we can change our world for the better.
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  • Shooting packages in UK conservation parks
    You probably think that trophy hunting is something that happens abroad. But anyone looking to bag an animal’s head to grace that empty spot on their wall needs only to head to deepest, darkest Bedfordshire where they can shoot rare deer, or, for those financially stretched, wallabies and even sheep. A small number of overseas firms are now offering trophy-shooting packages in this county, which boasts several impressive deer parks. A ‘grade A’ red deer stag, highly prized by hunters because of its magnificent antlers, can be shot for a £9,000 trophy fee, according to an online price list dated 2018 and distributed by the Danish travel company 'Limpopo & Diana Hunting Tours'. A “grade A” Père David can be shot for £6,965, according to an email sent by Limpopo & Diana Hunting Tours to a potential client interested in shooting deer, who shared it with the 'Observer'. “Woburn Park is ideal for this and we can do Père David and red stag as well,” the company’s sales director explained to the client. Alternatively, those on a shoestring can visit a different park in Bedfordshire, which has no links to Woburn, and bag a wallaby for £220 or shoot a Soay sheep, known for its large horns and agility. A ram commands a trophy fee of £600 while a ewe is only £150, according to Limpopo & Diana’s price list. Read more at: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/oct/13/price-list-shoot-rare-deer-trophy-hunting-woburn-abbey
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  • Make it a legal requirement for vets to check microchips on each visit
    So many dogs are stolen or go missing daily, vets need to check microchip details every time an animal is brought in, this could help reunite lost animals with their rightful owners
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  • End live exports of Scottish animals for fattening and slaughter
    In 2017, 5,500 un-weaned calves were exported from Scotland to Spain and Italy in journeys typically totalling 100 hours. Young calves can suffer from dehydration, starvation and exhaustion and are unable to regulate their body temperatures. This can result in weakened immune systems which may cause illness and even death. After Brexit, we have a real opportunity to end the live exports of UK animals destined for Europe for slaughter and fattening. A recent poll shows that the vast majority of Scottish voters in all parties want this to happen, yet progress on this is being held up by opposition from the Scottish Government. This cruel and unnecessary trade was exposed in the recent programme ‘Disclosure: The Dark Side of Dairy’ which highlighted how these young calves can suffer during these horrendously long journeys. Soon after the show aired, P&O Ferries made the bold and courageous move to cease co-operating with the Scottish Government to transport calves across the Irish Sea destined for the continent. P&O have been stalwart in their decision to end the suffering of innocent calves. Now it is time for the Scottish Government to show the same courage and drop their objections to a ban.
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  • Ban greyhound racing
    Over many years the league has called for action to tackle the shocking cruelty and abuse in the greyhound racing industry.Time and time again,however,our calls have fallen on death ears.The industry has failed reform itself.Due to the fact far too many greyhounds continue to suffer unnecessaril.We are now calling for a phasing out of a cruel sport,leading to an outright ban. -Most spend 95% of their time in small kennels with no contact -Many are neglected,suffering from parasites and poor dental health -Those housed in pairs are often kept constantly muzzled -Only the fastest dogs are wanted by the industry and sadly, many dogs never make it past this stage and their fate is unknown. -more than 1000 were killed in 2017 because they were too I'll or unsuitable for rehoming -six to twelve thousand puppies need for greyhound racing go missing each year. Resources took from League of cruel sports.You can help us end this cruelty be signing today.
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  • Ditch plastic packaging
    The UK breakfast cereal market is worth over £1.6 billion - that's a lot of boxes of cereal! Currently the vast majority of bags inside cereal boxes in the UK (and Worldwide) are not recyclable so they end up going in the bin and off to landfill. That's an awful lot of landfill and potentially a massive plastic pollution problem when those plastic bags end up in the wrong place, like in our rivers and seas. Plastic packaging has been found intact after 47 years. During that time discarded plastics have had negative impacts on the health of our wildlife and ecosystems. At today's consumption rates, billions of cereal bags will be sent to landfill. Those which don't make it (either whole or as microplastics) end up being ingested by animals, fish or birds leading to their ill health and early death.
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  • Save our bees and bugs 🐝
    🐝 There has been a Government commitment to create a network of wildlife habitats in the countryside since 2010. Our bees and other pollinators are in trouble, their wildflower habitats are widely fragmented and they are unable to move north to escape from climate change. 🐝 The Protection of Pollinators Bill, due for 2nd reading on 26th October, would create an English network of B-Lines – corridors where wildflower meadows would be restored, linking back together the homes of our endangered pollinators. 🐝 Without bees and other pollinating bugs we would not have apples, strawberries, tomatoes or many other crops – they are worth about £700 million to British agriculture. Our pollinators are also wonderful animals and our populations of wild flowers and birds depend on them as well.
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  • No more plastic waste in the oceans and help clean it all up
    The plastic in the ocean is set to double in the next 5 years! It's now already too much. It's now or never. The tipping point for plastic has been long over run now. Please watch this bbc documentary that was aired this week. Its a ticking time bomb that is fast running out. The dolphins and the fish and whales can't do it, so we have to! https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0bmbn47/drowning-in-plastic Plastic is in the arctic, plankton at the bottom of the ocean, and has been found to transmit diseases to coral (only discovered a year ago) and potentially humans and all mammalian life.
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  • Ban the importation of animal fur into UK
    100 million+ animals are killed for their fur every year and 30 million of those are killed in fur farms where the lives of these animals commonly end by having their necks broken, being gassed or being electrocuted. The gassing is not always effective, and animals are sometimes still alive while being skinned. The Agreement on International Trapping Standards is aimed at the protection of the practice of trapping of wild animals for their fur with ‘humane’ standards. However, the trapping of wild animals for their fur can never be benign, the standards set in this agreement fall well below humane standards defined by veterinarian experts in the UK.
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