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Three priorities for New Environment Secretary

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John Brady
15 July 2014

OneKind congratulates Liz Truss MP on her appointment as the UK Environment Secretary. The Department that she leads,...

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Number of experiments on animals in Great Britain rises again

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Libby Anderson
10 July 2014

OneKind and other animal welfare organisations are shocked by the continued upward trend in experimentation, when...

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Animal welfare and human health – reasons to protect antibiotics

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Libby Anderson
09 July 2014

Last week, David Cameron announced a new expert review of the antibiotic resistance crisis. But nothing was said about...

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Pig in intensive farm

The Culling Cycle

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John Brady
11 June 2014

Don‘t know what sparked my interest in rats. May have been reading James Herbert’s The Rats as a teenager....

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Cover of Rattus Norvegicus

No Wild Animal Circus ban in Queens’s speech

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John Brady
06 June 2014

Bill to ban wild animals from Circuses in England fails to appearMost members of the public would have looked at the...

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Test tube procedure gives UK first cloned puppy

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Louise Robertson
10 April 2014

According to the Dogs Trust there were almost 112,000 stray dogs in the UK in 2013 which is just one of the many reasons...

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Give vintage fur the cold shoulder

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Fiona Newton
27 November 2013

The frosty weather that most of us in the UK have experienced lately has confirmed that this year’s glorious...

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no vintage fur

Disabled people forced to choose between ‘spare’ room or their dog? Surely Not

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John Brady
20 November 2013

One of the pleasures of working in the voluntary sector is going to networking events and coming across different...

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Animal welfare and human health – reasons to protect antibiotics

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Libby Anderson
09 July 2014

Last week, David Cameron announced a new expert review of the antibiotic resistance crisis. But nothing was said about...

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Pig in intensive farm

EU Parliament elections

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Libby Anderson
21 May 2014

A number of supporters have asked our advice on who to vote for in tomorrows EU Parliament elections. As a charity...

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EU elections 2014

FAWC seeks views on CCTV in slaughterhouses

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Libby Anderson
29 April 2014

The welfare of farm animals at slaughter in the United Kingdom is a major concern for OneKind supporters and many...

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Number of experiments on animals in Great Britain rises again

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Libby Anderson
10 July 2014

OneKind and other animal welfare organisations are shocked by the continued upward trend in experimentation, when...

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Rat

No Wild Animal Circus ban in Queens’s speech

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John Brady
06 June 2014

Bill to ban wild animals from Circuses in England fails to appearMost members of the public would have looked at the...

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Spreading the OneKind word

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Louise Robertson
04 June 2014

If ever there was any doubt about OneKind’s remit stretching beyond Scotland, the last few weeks have well and...

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Fox

Three priorities for New Environment Secretary

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John Brady
15 July 2014

OneKind congratulates Liz Truss MP on her appointment as the UK Environment Secretary. The Department that she leads,...

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Number of experiments on animals in Great Britain rises again

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Libby Anderson
10 July 2014

OneKind and other animal welfare organisations are shocked by the continued upward trend in experimentation, when...

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Rat

Animal welfare and human health – reasons to protect antibiotics

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Libby Anderson
09 July 2014

Last week, David Cameron announced a new expert review of the antibiotic resistance crisis. But nothing was said about...

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Pig in intensive farm

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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The worst sin towards our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them. That's the essence of inhumanity.

George Bernard Shaw (playwright, 1856-1950)