PETA UK E-News: Man Is Gored to Death During Spanish Bull-Running Event

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Man Is Gored to Death During Spanish Bull-Running Event

The only way to prevent more deaths, of humans and bulls, is to ban these cruel events.

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Gucci Is Finally Banning Fur

The ban will take effect starting with its spring/summer 2018 collection. The decision follows more than 20 years of PETA protests urging the fashion house to drop cruelly obtained pelts.

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Help Stop Plans for This Intensive Pig Farm in Northamptonshire

Plans for a farm near Kettering could mean 3,500 pigs a year will be sent to slaughter.

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Wagamama Launches New Vegan Menu

Popular chain restaurant Wagamama has just released an impressive new vegan menu to meet the growing demand for plant-based food.

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The Cruelty is Extreme – We Need Your Help to Stop It

Right now, in laboratories in the UK and around the world, cats, dogs, mice, rabbits, and other animals are being cut open, infected with diseases, poisoned, and killed in cruel and deadly experiments.

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With Second Day of Action, Pressure Mounts on Thomas Cook to Drop SeaWorld

Almost 80 demonstrations, nearly twice as many as on our previous day of action, took place outside Thomas Cook stores across the UK.

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Great Vegan Bake-Off 2017 – Finalists

At long last, we have narrowed down the delectable entries and can reveal our finalists. Help us decide who we should choose as the Great Vegan Bake-Off winner.

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