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We welcome the Petitions Committee's report released today following its inquiry into the impact of fireworks on humans and animals.
New report urges UK government to restrict the use of fireworks
5 November 2019
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has announced a new bill to enable tougher prison sentences for the worst animal abusers which will be introduced to Parliament today.
Gove delivers new bill to punish animal abusers
26 June 2019
How, indeed whether, Britain will leave the European Union on the 29th March will impact animals and their welfare. Political paralysis in the UK means however that there are more questions than answers at the turn of 2019.
Brexit impasse poses threats to animal welfare
21 January 2019
As the risk of a disorderly, ‘no deal’ Brexit rises, members of the Eurogroup for Animals Brexit & Animals Taskforce met in London to ensure that the welfare of animals would be safeguarded, whatever happens.
Eurogroup for Animals Brexit & Animals Taskforce to ensure animals don’t pay the price for no deal
22 October 2018
The European Parliament has today approved a Resolution on the framework of the future relationship between the EU and UK, post Brexit. This comes ahead of the negotiations on the long term relationship, where the Parliament will have a final say.
MEPs vote to prevent deregulation in animal welfare post Brexit
14 March 2018