UK government postpones decision on animal experiment disclosures
18 May 2012 / United Kingdom
The British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (Buav) has expressed concern that the UK government has postponed a decision on the disclosure on information about animal experiments by scientists under the Freedom of Information Act.
Buav is also concerned that the Government has refused to publish a list of prohibited procedures, and to abandon the current British ban on the use of stray domestic animals in experiments.
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