Change the law so charities can exist for the political purpose of changing law

Registered charities, including those campaigning on animal experiments, such as the RSPCA, Animal Free Research & PETA UK, cannot exist for a political purpose directed at securing a change in the law, such as to overturn 1959 3Rs legislation for 'humane experimental technique on animals'.

7,162 Signatures

Wednesday 1st December 2021
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Wednesday 1st June 2022
Estimated Final Signatures: 7,170

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Experiments on dogs, & other animals, are today widely reported to be entirely failing the search for human treatments & cures. The 1986 Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act has been surpassed by the 2003 Human Genome Project & Trans-Species Modelling Theory, explaining the human medical failure of animal tests. The Government must change the law to allow charities to exist for the purpose of securing a change in the law, such as revoking legislation that enables and requires animal experiments.

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