‘BUAV team heads to the Conservative Party conference’

Posted on October 5, 2012


Today (5th October), the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV) posted a news item on their web-site titled ‘BUAV team heads to the Conservative Party conference’.

‘… After a successful time at the Liberal Democrat and Labour Party conferences, the BUAV Policy Team is heading to the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.

With more than 5,000 MPs, MEPs, local Councillors and party members attending, in addition to government ministers, we will be discussing our latest campaigns, including our renewed call for the government to keeps its promise to work towards reducing animal experiments.

We will be asking MPs to sign EDM 405, which asks the Government to uphold its pledge to reduce animal experiments, which has received cross-party support since being tabled after the most recently published figures showed animal tests are at a 25-year high.

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Read the item at www.buav.org/article/1111/buav-team-heads-to-the-conservative-party-conference

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