Politics

Snaring foxes and gassing badgers: what our politicians really think about animal welfare...

Summarises the animal-related policies of the Labour Party, the Tories, Lib Dems, Greens and UKIP, in the lead-up to the UK 2015 general election, as revealed at the Associate Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare ‘Question Time’ for the political parties with respect to animal welfare, at Westminster Palace on 17th March.

Knight A and McGill I (2015). Snaring foxes and gassing badgers: what our politicians really think about animal welfare… Vet Practice, 46(3): 26.

Is animal welfare on election agenda?

Summarises the animal-related policies of the Labour Party, the Tories, Lib Dems, Greens and Animals Count, in the lead-up to the UK 2010 general election.

Knight A (2010). Is animal welfare on election agenda? Vet Times, 40(18), 14-16.

Summary

Which party would animals vote for?

Knight A (2010). Which party would animals vote for? Vet Practice, 42(3), 10-11.

Animal Welfare Party

A new party for people and animals

Article about Animals Count [now the Animal Welfare Party]: a UK political party for people and animals.

Knight A (2008). A new party for people and animals. Vet Practice, 40(5): 26.