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What does the Brexit vote mean for animals?

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Harry Huyton
05 July 2016

The far reaching consequences of the vote to leave the European Union last week are only just beginning to be understood for people, but what about...

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Scotland confirms ban on wild animal circuses is on its way

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Libby Anderson
13 June 2016

The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform in the new Scottish Government, Roseanna Cunningham MSP, has announced that she...

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Three reasons to be optimistic for animals in Scotland

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31 May 2016

What will the new Scottish Government do for animals? Is animal welfare going to be a political hot potato or will it be shut in a dark barn and...

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Shock collars facilitate cruelty. It’s time to ban them.

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Harry Huyton
26 May 2016

A woman in Fort Augustus who gave a young boy electric shocks using a dog training collar faces jail for her appalling crimes. She apparantly got the...

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More snare victims, but what can be done?

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23 February 2016

Strolling through the countryside can nourish the soul. The chirping birds, the lush green vegetation, the temporary detachment from the hustle and...

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My vegan inspiration

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Fiona Newton
03 December 2015

Like most people, as a child, I had a soft spot for animals, between taking home the odd stray cat, dog or occasional mouse and speaking out against...

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OneKind welcomes review of wildlife crime sentencing

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Harry Huyton
19 November 2015

OneKind  has strongly welcomed recommendations to deal with wildlife offences in Scotland. The recommendations were published in a report of the...

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Resolutions for animals

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06 January 2015

A new year, a new me. That is often the refrain that rings out as we leave one year and enter a new one. Many of us make New Year resolutions often...

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Intensive farming of insects not the answer to climate change

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Fiona Newton
12 December 2014

A recent article by columnist John Vincent in the Metro newspaper suggests that we should avoid climate change by tucking into a diet of insects. It...

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39Days4Rosa – because Labelling Matters

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31 July 2014

Have you heard the one about the giant chicken, 21 countries and 39 days? It may sound like the start of a bad joke but this is in fact the basis of...

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