Category: Animal Welfare

SUNDAY COLUMN: Powerless Police

Anne Marie Waters  September 27th 2020   A policeman has been shot dead in Croydon by a suspect who had been arrested and transported to custody.  Somehow, through his arrest and transport, he had managed to conceal a gun to use when he arrived at the station, killing the officer before reportedly turning the gun…

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New Spokesman: Nature and Environmental Protection

Monty Brack September 9th 2020   In the For Britain Movement, we believe that we have a responsibility towards future generations and to conserve an unspoilt and diverse environment. A healthy environment is the basis for human life for this and future generations. However, nature conservation should not be to the detriment of mankind. Nature…

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SUNDAY COLUMN: The Coming Animal Bloodbath

Anne Marie Waters Sunday July 26th 2020   On Monday morning, July 27th at 4 am, I will set out on a trip to Ramsgate in Kent.  I will attend my first protest against the live export of animals, and I won’t be alone.  Live exports are extremely cruel and all the moreso because they…

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Animal Welfare – Let’s Keep up the Pressure

Anne Marie Waters  March 19th 2020    On the 16th of March, MPs in our Parliament debated the welfare of animals.  This doesn’t happen often, and rarely is anything actually achieved.  For years, people have campaigned against the live export of animals, so far to no avail.  People campaign against religious slaughter, but this isn’t…

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2020 | We Go Again!

2nd Feb 2020 As Party Chair, I enter 2020 with a sense of excitement and anticipation. Brexit (although it may not be perfect) has finally happened. The country feels like it has taken a breath, and all of us can reflect on where we are at. Britain is now an independent nation again, free from…

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End The Cruelty – Our Animal Welfare Policy

Anne Marie Waters  January 6th 2020 Mahatma Gandhi once said that the greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. Britain has a long and proud tradition of kindness and respect towards animals, it was part of our greatness, but like this greatness generally, our kindness to animals is…

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Most UK supermarkets have made a commitment to end the sale of caged hen eggs by 2025

Supermarkets made a commitment to stop selling caged hen eggs by 2025. For Britain believes this is not enough! The onus must be on the government to create tougher animal welfare standards, rather than the foolish dreaming that corporations will ignore higher profits and do the humane thing. Which companies are doing what? Asda, Lidl,…

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Halal and Muslim victimhood

Anne Marie Waters  3rd December 2019    Labour can always be depended upon to defend the indefensible. Birmingham Labour MP Khalid Mahmood has accused the Green Party’s co-leader Jonathan Bartley of “Muslim bashing” because he expressed sympathy for animals who are tortured to death in the name of medieval superstition and bloodthirst, i.e. halal slaughter….

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Anne Marie’s Blog – Animal Sanctuary in India

It was a very personal journey for me. For as long as I remember, I have had the most intense passion and compassion for animals. I possess a deep sympathy for them. I don’t know where it comes from, but it’s there. I find genuine peace being around animals. There’s an inspiring innocence and a…

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Animal Welfare | Non Stun Slaughter Report

Religious Slaughter in the UK and Beyond Written by Anne Marie Waters, issued 7th September 2019 Introduction Halal food, food prepared according to sharia law, has become a staple of the Western diet – and much of this food is sold unlabelled. Halal is a multi-billion dollar global industry involving agriculture and farming, food processing,…

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