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Confusion over EU live transport promise

At a press conference on 7 June, European Commissioner John Dalli declared hat by 2014 the Commission would introduce a "legislative proposal" that would take a "holistic"…

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Commission acts on battery cage ban

We are delighted the EU Commission has acted in the battle to enforce the barren battery cage ban.

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Cloning back on the EU agenda

The cloning of animals causes great suffering both for the cloned animals and for the surrogate mothers that carry them to birth.

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Same, same but different

Compassion in World Farming is extremely concerned and disappointed to learn that the EU has recognised the US National Organic Programme as equivalent to its own.

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Sow stall ban deadline looms

On the 1st January 2013 the EU partial-ban on the use of sow stalls will come into effect.

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Sow stall ban: nine not ready

Figures obtained by Compassion show several EU member states, including Spain, have joined the list of nations that will be ready for the introduction of the new legislation in…

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EU to Turkey - Nightmare journeys continue

Shocking new evidence has emerged of the serious welfare problems in the export of farm animals from the EU to Turkey, a trade which broke the million-animal mark last year.

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A Fair Price for a Fair Product

The recent focus on UK milk prices has put a fresh spotlight on an old problem.

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Netherlands reducing antibiotic use in livestock

The Netherlands has achieved its policy objective for 2011 of reducing antibiotics use in livestock by 20% compared with 2009 figures.

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EU breaks own treaty with farming & fisheries reforms

Last week Compassion wrote to the President of the Commission, highlighting the disregard of Article 13 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU (TFEU). Compassion fears that…

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