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News Section Icon Published 09/10/2007

M&S bans cruel white veal and calves' liver

On Monday 8th October Marks & Spencer announced that it will stop selling imported white veal and calves' liver. From January 2008 M&S will only sell high-welfare UK rose veal.

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News Section Icon Published 06/10/2007

Chicken Out!

Compassion in World Farming is championing the campaign by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall to turn the Devon town of Axminster into a free-range haven for chickens.

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News Section Icon Published 02/10/2007

EU not protecting animals in transport

A new and shocking film "Forbidden Journeys" shows that the EU is not doing enough to protect the health and welfare of animals in transport.

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News Section Icon Published 01/10/2007

Good news for caged hens in Australia

Australia's Capital Territory (ACT) has made a commitment to start sourcing cage free eggs in all Governmental facilities such as schools, tuckshops, public hospitals and prisons.

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News Section Icon Published 28/09/2007

ASDA sexed semen deal good news for calf welfare

The number of 'unwanted' dairy bull calves for export may be reduced thanks to a new initiative by major retailer, ASDA.

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News Section Icon Published 28/09/2007

Chaos during FMD Cull!

Chaos ensued during the culling of the third case of foot and mouth on 15 September. According to news sources the cull at a farm in Pyrford went wrong when cattle were corralled together and shot at random.

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News Section Icon Published 23/09/2007

Bluetongue case follows livestock export to Europe

Defra should investigate all potential vectors for the first ever case of bluetongue to the UK:

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News Section Icon Published 21/09/2007

Clones on your plate?

Any day now, the US government is expected to give formal approval for the sale of meat from cloned animals - probably not labelled as such. Meat from cloned animals or their progeny is expected to be on sale within the next three years.

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News Section Icon Published 12/09/2007

FMD: A new case confirmed in Surrey

A new case of foot and mouth disease has been confirmed in Egham, Surrey.

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News Section Icon Published 11/09/2007

Tribute to Ethical Pioneer

Compassion in World Farming offers our condolences to the family and friends of Anita Roddick who died on Monday 10 September 2007.

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