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Sometimes the evidence is too hard to stomach

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Louise Robertson
27 August 2015

As a campaigner I'm often heard banging on about how important it is to have evidence to back up campaigns to strengthen...

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Majority of SnareWatch cases are unintended victims

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Louise Robertson
28 July 2015

This time of year is definitely by far the worst for snaring incidents as sporting estates ramp up their predator...

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Westminster hunting vote delayed but not abandoned

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Libby Anderson
14 July 2015

A vote on relaxing the Hunting Act planned for Wednesday has been postponed after the SNP said it would oppose the...

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Let’s align with animal welfare

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Libby Anderson
13 July 2015

Curious claims about England and Wales hunting amendments Like animal welfare organisations and compassionate...

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Shock collars – the shocking truth

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Louise Robertson
07 July 2015

Being a campaigner can be extremely frustrating at times, particularly with certain issues that seem repeatedly to take...

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Shock collars – the shocking truth

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Louise Robertson
07 July 2015

Being a campaigner can be extremely frustrating at times, particularly with certain issues that seem repeatedly to take...

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OneKind supports automatic bans for cruelty – and a new approach to offender behaviour

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Libby Anderson
21 May 2015

OneKind was grateful to the Scottish Sun for asking us to support its campaign for animal abuse convictions to attract...

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Around the manifestos

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Louise Robertson
23 April 2015

With just two weeks to go, OneKind takes a look at the General Election manifestos to see what commitments are being...

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Majority of SnareWatch cases are unintended victims

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Louise Robertson
28 July 2015

This time of year is definitely by far the worst for snaring incidents as sporting estates ramp up their predator...

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Shock collars – the shocking truth

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Louise Robertson
07 July 2015

Being a campaigner can be extremely frustrating at times, particularly with certain issues that seem repeatedly to take...

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Click to defend nature

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Libby Anderson
23 June 2015

OneKind supports calls for the protection of Europe’s natural environment. The EU Birds and Habitats Directives...

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Sometimes the evidence is too hard to stomach

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Louise Robertson
27 August 2015

As a campaigner I'm often heard banging on about how important it is to have evidence to back up campaigns to strengthen...

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Majority of SnareWatch cases are unintended victims

Louise Robertson's avatar
Louise Robertson
28 July 2015

This time of year is definitely by far the worst for snaring incidents as sporting estates ramp up their predator...

Read more & Comment

Westminster hunting vote delayed but not abandoned

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Libby Anderson
14 July 2015

A vote on relaxing the Hunting Act planned for Wednesday has been postponed after the SNP said it would oppose the...

Read more & Comment

Sometimes the evidence is too hard to stomach

Louise Robertson's avatar
Louise Robertson
27 August 2015

As a campaigner I'm often heard banging on about how important it is to have evidence to back up campaigns to strengthen...

Read more & Comment

Majority of SnareWatch cases are unintended victims

Louise Robertson's avatar
Louise Robertson
28 July 2015

This time of year is definitely by far the worst for snaring incidents as sporting estates ramp up their predator...

Read more & Comment

Westminster hunting vote delayed but not abandoned

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Libby Anderson
14 July 2015

A vote on relaxing the Hunting Act planned for Wednesday has been postponed after the SNP said it would oppose the...

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Traps in our countryside, a walker’s guide 2013

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Investigations
11 June 2012

The countryside can be a place of tranquility and is where many of us escape to for some peace, as well as a chance to...

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Goshawk caught in cage

No court proceedings for beating crows to death

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Investigations
13 February 2012

OneKind field officer witnesses crows killed in a cage, but prosecution is dropped. Take Action! A man is seen and...

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Cage trap on shooting estate

SnareWatch’ initiative: A OneKind field officer’s view

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Investigations
03 October 2011

As a field research officer, my job is to uncover the truth and supply material to support the facts on a particular...

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End fox hunting

Help us strengthen the ban.

Save animals from snares

Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.

Anatole France (French poet and novelist, 1844-1924)