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Charities meet Government advisor to call for increased prison sentences

11 charities met Lord Randall on 24th June to call for the Government to increase sentences for animal cruelty.

World Horse Welfare welcomes decision to make CCTV mandatory in English slaughterhouses

Today World Horse Welfare welcomed Defra’s announcement that CCTV will be made mandatory in all English slaughterhouses.

World Horse Welfare calls for CCTV in all of UK’s equine slaughterhouses

Campaign launched to make CCTV a legal requirement in order to safeguard equine welfare at slaughter.

‘Control of Horses Act is seeing results – but more needs to be done’

The Act which came into force in May 2015 has reduced fly-grazing and added a vital tool in improving equine welfare.

World Horse Welfare welcomes scientists’ report on transportation

Campaign to end the long-distance transportation of horses to slaughter in Europe receives a boost with publication of recommendations from a panel of experts that include a cap on journey times and improved welfare conditions for horses.

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