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News Section Icon Published 31/10/2014

This film star decided to fix his food – forever

Mike Beckingham is a star of our recent film, Time to Decide – a moving piece that explores animal cruelty throughout the ages. He recently told us how the experience of being in the film has changed the way he buys his food – forever.

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News Section Icon Published 30/10/2014

Marathon challenge for animal welfare

Could you run the London Marathon for us?

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News Section Icon Published 30/10/2014

Antibiotics in farming hits the headlines

BBC Radio 4's Today Programme addresses the crucial issue of antibiotics in farming

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News Section Icon Published 28/10/2014

Why life is miserable for fast growing chickens

Today’s chickens are four times the size of their 1950s ancestors here’s why that’s a bad thing

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News Section Icon Published 27/10/2014

Amazing charity stunts

In just under 100 seconds, Compassion campaigner Jonty looks at some the most amazing charity stunts, from the bizarre and brilliant to the downright brutal.

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News Section Icon Published 24/10/2014

Nepal responds to international pressure

We are hopeful that positive commitments from Nepal will make a difference for animals at this year’s Gadhimai festival.

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News Section Icon Published 22/10/2014

EU’s animals sent to cruel slaughter

Cruel live exports from the EU to Libya and Lebanon are exposed

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News Section Icon Published 20/10/2014

Ireland exports lambs to “illegal” slaughter

More than 1,500 Irish lambs shipped 7,000 miles to Singapore to be slaughtered without stunning in makeshift killing tents

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News Section Icon Published 16/10/2014

End the cage age for rabbits

Our major new campaign working to outlaw caged farming in Europe starts with rabbits

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News Section Icon Published 16/10/2014

Blogging For a Better World

Today is Blog Action Day, when thousands of people across the world share their thoughts on one of the most pressing issues of our day. This year, it’s all about “inequality” – a challenge that’s inextricably tied to factory farming. Here’s why:

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