‘BUAV attends the Liberal Democrat Party conference’

Posted on September 24, 2012


Today (24th September), the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV) posted a news item on their web-site titled ‘BUAV attends the Liberal Democrat Party conference’.

‘… The BUAV has been busy at the Liberal Democrat Party conference. The BUAV Policy Team met with a number of MPs supporting our call to Government to stick to its pledge and produce a clear strategy for reducing animal experiments. MPs showing their support include:

Norman Baker, MP for Lewes and Parliamentary Under Secretary for the Department for Transport, stated:

“When will the Government turn words into action on animal experiments?”

Mr Baker, formerly Liberal Democrat spokesperson on animal welfare, has a long record of supporting animal issues.

John Hemming MP for Birmingham Yardley told the BUAV:

I welcomed the Coalition commitment on animal experiments and I think it is very important that we meet it.”

John Pugh MP for Southport stated:

“The commitment was very important to animal protection supporters and I want to see real progress to achieve it.”

The BUAV has tabled Early Day Motion 405 which has attracted cross-party support, calling on the Government to publish a clear reduction strategy and start working to reduce numbers.

Please ask your MP to sign EDM 405 and make a difference to the millions of animals used in laboratories. Find your MP.

To discover what the BUAV Policy Team is up to and who we are meeting, please follow us by signing up to our email alerts, follow us on Twitter, or like our Facebook page …’

Read the item and view images at www.buav.org/article/1104/buav-attends-the-liberal-democrat-party-conference

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