There were more than 3.52million scientific procedures involving animals last year
A Home Office report published today reveals the lowest number of scientific procedures on animals since 2007 but the RSPCA highlights there are still millions of animals involved.
The animal welfare charity says that despite the fall, the figures* demonstrate that the sheer numbers of animals involved underline the need for strong regulation and increased efforts to develop humane alternatives to end lab animal use.
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Gary launches three new make-up looks for glamorous summer holiday pics in support of our Makeover the World campaign.
As the holiday season approaches, our new research shows many women experiment with a different make-up style whilst abroad.
Almost two thirds (62 per cent) of women who do so saying this is to match their relaxed mood. Whilst a quarter (24 per cent) of women do so to look good in their holiday photos.
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Poll shows 7 out of 10 people want complete end to cosmetics testing on animals
One year on from the EU sales ban on cosmetics newly tested on animals, we are calling for change worldwide.
New research shows that the public is behind this movement with 76 per cent of women and 59 per cent of men wanting to see animal testing for cosmetics completely stopped worldwide. 71 per cent say that they would prefer not to buy a … Continue reading…