Old fashioned travel suitcase with image of cow being live exported

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Demand the UK Government bans live exports

The Animals Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill, published in 2021, aims to ban live exports from Britain for slaughter or fattening. But this Bill hasn’t been seen in Parliament since November. What is the UK Government waiting for?

Please send a message to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs. Demand he brings the Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill back to Parliament, to help deliver a live exports ban, once and for all.

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Tell everyone about it

Would your friends and family join you and demand an end to the cruel trade of live exports? Please ask them to stand with you, for the sake of farmed animals, and send a message to the Secretary of State today.


Hell Tours

Every year, millions of animals globally are subjected to a once-in-a-lifetime journey with Hell Tours.

Features of the trip include:

  • Towering trucks and 'vintage' vessels hardly changed since their use as cargo ships in the 70s

Temperature control
  • Won’t vary outside of 0 to 35+ degrees Celsius!

Long haul dining
  • Clean water is provided but access to food limited

Special care
  • Weak, pregnant, and unweaned passengers are welcome

Ban Live Exports


Please send an e-card to George Eustice, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Tell the Government that live exports are cruel, unnecessary, and it needs to stop right now.

The UK Government must deliver the Kept Animals Bill, which has the power to ban live exports from Britain, without further delay.

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