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News Section Icon Published 28/03/2013

A first-hand look at farming in Vietnam

Compassion campaigner Jonty Whittleton has just returned from a fact-finding tour of farming in Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital city. After a 17-hour flight, he’s back in the office – jet-lagged but full of hope. This is his story.

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News Section Icon Published 21/03/2013

Cruel Ramsgate live exports to continue

A hugely disappointing UK court decision has ruled out a Judicial Review of live exports from Ramsgate, Kent, meaning that live animal exports from the port can continue.

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News Section Icon Published 19/03/2013

China's river of pigs

As the UK continues to deal with the horsemeat scandal, another food and farming crisis is developing, this time in China. Thousands of dead pigs have been found floating down Shanghai’s largest river, the Huangpu - a major source of drinking…

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News Section Icon Published 15/03/2013

EU parliament doffs cap to big ag

The European Parliament has rejected the opportunity to embark on the fundamental reforms to the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that are needed in the interest of food security, the environment and animal welfare.

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News Section Icon Published 11/03/2013

The impact of intensive farming on human health

In a new report published today: 'Antibiotic resistance - the impact of intensive farming on human health', the Alliance to Save our Antibiotics shows that the Government is still not facing up to the problems

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News Section Icon Published 07/03/2013

Spanish pigs suffering

Compassion's latest investigation secured shocking footage of pig farming practices made illegal by EU directives, that are still being used in Spain today.

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News Section Icon Published 06/03/2013

Paris demo: 'No to factory farming'

Compassion France joined more than 40 organisations including farmers' unions, environmental and animal welfare charities and their supporters in Paris on Sunday to call for an end to intensive farming in France.

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News Section Icon Published 01/03/2013

Commission keeps consumers in the dark

The recent and ongoing horsemeat scandal has brought to light a simple and ugly truth: we as consumers don't know what we are eating, where our food is from or how it was produced. Questions regarding the horses' welfare remain largely…

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