The UK must lead from the front on the environment, and that means all parties having ambitious plans for a more sustainable future.Jeremy Corbyn who could become Britain's first vegetarian prime minister will launch a "radical" animal welfare policy programme on Valentine's Day as the Labour party does everything it can to court the environmental voter.
Labour s 50 point plan of policies includes proposals to tighten up laws on fox hunting Getty Labour has published a wide ranging strategy for boosting animal welfare in the UK, including enshrining animal sentience in law, reviewing animal testing and banning foie gras.The plan will be seen as an attempt to regain the political ground from the Conservatives after a number of animal friendly policies announced by the Government in recent months.
Labour hasn't go far enough with their latest animal welfare policy – they should be pushing for full ... - The Independent
El Gato, the de facto leader of the Labour Party Twitter Jeremy Corbyn It was surely only a matter of time before Labour s infatuation with identity politics led them into the animal kingdom. And so today it has come to pass that a 50 point Radical Action on Animal Welfare plan has been launched by Sue Hayman, the Shadow Environment Secretary, who, I think, is a human being (and thus, some might argue, not well placed to understand the plight of animals. Still, she ll have to do).Hayman s lengthy policy paper is entitled Animal Welfare For The Many, Not The Few , a creepily Orwellian sort of slogan, teetering precariously close to self parody, as so much that the Corbynistas get up to. You imagine that Hayman has a bit of animal socialist agenda here, dismissive of the few labradoodles, Burmese cats and fancy rats living lives of plutocratic luxury in million pound homes cages, with fillet steak, smoked salmon and every conceivable toy at their disposal. Labour is seeking instead to redistribute pet food and extend equality of rights to the many their slum dog, stray cat and sewer dwelling cousins, who have to strive to look after themselves and their families, but who struggle to survive in Theresa May s Britain.
The Labour Court has overturned a ruling from the CCMA which found that local Uber drivers are the employees of Uber South Africa.Drivers who had their partner accounts with Uber deactivated ultimately wanted the protection of South Africa 's labour law to bring a case of unfair dismissal against Uber, stated an article in Rapport.
Stand down Kylie Jenner is NOT in labour, according to US sources. On Friday evening Twitter exploded with the news Kylie, who is yet to confirm her pregnancy, was giving birth to her first child at Cedars Sinai hospital in LA.
Kylie Jenner hasn;t even confirmed her pregnancy yet, but when a rumour that she has given birth is sparked, you can bet social media will lose its collective mind.It was alleged that the 20 year old had gone into labour last night, sending fans wild over the idea that baby Jenner was about to enter the world.
That is at odds with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn s official policy, which calls for parliament, not the public, to have the final say on the terms of the deal.
I'll be Prime Minister in 12 months: Jeremy Corbyn boasts despite Labour slump in polls - Express.co.uk
The bold claim is the latest in a long line of predictions Corbyn has made since he shocked commentators by not leading Labour into a record defeat.
ALAMY Law student Safia A'Noor, 25, even posted remarks on Facebook in the wake of the Westminster terror attacks, which left five people dead, telling her followers to "relax".
Labour candidate apologises for claiming 'there is no ISIS' in string of 'offensive' Facebook posts - Mirror.co.uk
A Labour election candidate has apologised for claiming "there is no ISIS " in a string of Facebook posts.Law student Safia Noor, 25, has been selected as the party's new Small Health ward candidate for next year's Birmingham City Council elections.