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Farmed fish should be stunned before slaughter

Compassion welcomes a new report recommending all farmed fish should be stunned before slaughter

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GM salmon eggs approved by Canada

Compassion disappointed by the decision of the Canadian government to approve the commercial production of GM salmon eggs.

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Proposed fish farm threatens welfare

A huge fish factory farm could be built at Tayinloan, Kintyre, in a coastal area designated as Sensitive Countryside, according to plans submitted by company 'FishFrom'.

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EU breaking own welfare rules

Compassion in World Farming has submitted a complaint to the European Ombudsman about the European Commission's failure to take animal welfare into account when developing a new…

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Turkey and Salmon - the labels explained

Compassion has teamed up with animal protection charity, OneKind to cut through the confusion and analyse meat labels for consumers.

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Have some compassion this Fish Dependence Day

Saturday 16 July is "Fish Dependence Day". If we only ate fish from UK seas, next Saturday would mark the day that we ran out of fish for the year. Every year there are fewer fish…

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An ethical Christmas feast

Around ten million turkeys will be consumed in the UK over the Christmas period. For most families in the UK, a turkey will be the centrepiece of their Christmas dinner. Smoked…

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Victory for fish across the EU

Groundbreaking progress has been made this week for farmed fish across the EU. The European Parliament has produced a report that calls for significant changes in the way that…

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European Parliament event discusses a better future for fish

A first for fish as European Parliament hosts event on fish welfare

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Fish are important too

Today, Compassion is hosting an international gathering of experts to look at the welfare of farmed fish. As someone who has long taken a personal interest in this subject, I am…

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