Guardian - Animal rights bomb sent to charity shop
Guardian - Animal testing is a disaster
Thousands of people have been injured or killed by drugs that were found to be safe for other species. Jerome Burne.
Guardian - Belling the cat
Asserts that household cats are much more cruel than scientists in how their animal subjects are treated before being killed.
Guardian - Blair 'on the side of science' over animal research
Michael White and Andrew Clark.
Guardian - Bombings fear as device left at pub
Guardian - Crank or campaigner? After ten nail bombs police still cannot decide
Mary O'Hara and Peter Hetherington.
Guardian - Haphazard army with the scent of victory
Paul Kelso and Steven Morris.
Guardian - Running scared
Guardian - Straw acts to curb animal extremists
Michael White, Steven Morris and Jill Treanor.
Guardian - Treating animals with cruelty
Guardian - Yeo scraps animals plan
Nicholas Watt, political correspondent.
Observer - Death risk as animal rights war hots up
Observer - Inside the labs where lives hang heavy in the balance
Martin Bright, Observer.
Observer - Politics that can kill
The Sunday Telegraph - What happens when you don't do proper testing
Alasdair Palmer. "We want drugs which do not have hideous side-effects like thalidomide - but we want them without animal suffering." Links to related stories. (January 21, 2001)
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