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Jul 13

New report shows devastating impact of commercial pheasant and partridge shoots

Read and download our new report here For immediate release A NEW SCIENTIFIC REVIEW OF COMMERCIAL PHEASANT AND PARTRIDGE SHOOTS REVEALS THEIR DEVASTATING IMPACTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY IN THE UK. Labour Animal Welfare Society (LAWS), which commissioned the report is calling for pheasant and partridge shooting to be banned. The new report reveals …

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May 09

Stop the mountain hare killings: where does Scottish Labour stand?

The mountain hare is native to the Scottish Highlands. In their white winter coats, bounding over the snow, they are an iconic image of the ‘untameable’ wild Scotland that we all love. Yet this beautiful animal is routinely shot – even in the Cairngorms National Park – by hunting parties out for the thrill, and …

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Feb 28

Important News!

The Government e-petition on Ivory started by LAWS Executive member Ellen Cobb who is also a member of the Labour Animal Rights Group reached over 100,000 signatures at the start of February and in turn was debated in Parliament on Monday 6th February with Mary Glindon MP speaking from Labour’s Shadow DeFRA team. The Government …

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Feb 03

LAWS Day Conference – Saturday 11th March 2017

The Labour Animal Welfare Society will hold its annual Day Conference on Saturday 11th March 2017. The provisional agenda will include speakers on a range of subjects including how Brexit will affect the animal welfare agenda, CCTV in slaughterhouses, the ivory trade, shooting and the strengthening of animal welfare legislation. The conference will be held …

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Oct 17

Stop the Cull!! T-Shirts

Why not join in and support our campaign by wearing our excellent T-Shirts? The T-Shirts are Fair Trade and come in sizes XL,L and M. Printed Black on a Yellow T.Shirt. They cost £8 each plus £2.00p towards postage and packing. Special price for buying 5 or more £7.00p each. If you’d like to order …

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