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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals could lose its power to prosecute wrongdoing. Stephen Wooler, a former HM chief inspector of the Crown Prosecution Service who is conducting a review into the charity, said it could be stripped of its prosecution rights because of concern over its approach.
Labour party press release Maria Eagle MP, Labour’s Shadow Environment Secretary, responding to leaks of the findings of the Government’s Independent Expert Pane...
Bow Group press release Bow Group report highlights the need to change tack on badger culling and use alternative methods to reduce bovine TB. Bow Group Report...
Foreign Office press release The Illegal Wildlife Conference, held today in London, has agreed key actions to stamp out the illegal wildlife trade. During the ...
William Hague said the human race would be “poorer forever” if it failed to prevent the extinction of wildlife species. “It would be a sad world. This is somethin...
Communication Workers Union press release Tougher new dog laws, say CWU The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has today renewed calls for tougher new dog laws ...
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