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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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News Section Icon Published 11/09/2007

Letter to Bernard Matthews

6th August 2007

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News Section Icon Published 28/08/2007

No such thing as cheap meat

Compassion in World Farming is urging shoppers to pay an honest price for meat.

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News Section Icon Published 23/08/2007

Animal exports resume: bad news for British calves

Whilst we share the relief that the long shadow of Foot and Mouth disease has lifted from Britain, the EU decision to lift the ban on exports of meat and live animals from Saturday 25th August is extremely bad news for young British calves.

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News Section Icon Published 13/08/2007

Defra & CIWF meeting

Compassion in World Farming sincerely hopes that we are approaching the end of the latest foot and mouth outbreak in the UK; however, with an incubation period of up to 14 days, we support the Government's call for ongoing vigilance.

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News Section Icon Published 07/08/2007

Defra must vaccinate swiftly to allow animals to live

"We must not allow EU trade to come before animal welfare. We should not forget that we are dealing with hundreds and thousands of sentient beings, animals that feel pain and can suffer"

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News Section Icon Published 07/08/2007

Harvey Nichols half measures on foie gras

The upmarket food and fashion department store Harvey Nichols has decided to stop selling foie gras in its food halls, but will continue to serve it to customers in its restaurants.

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