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Animal Rights Extremism: Government Strategy – A Consultation Document

Home Office, March 2001


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Resource IDhomeoffice2001
Resource titleAnimal Rights Extremism: Government Strategy – A Consultation Document
Author(s)Mike O'Brien
Publication/ sourceHome Office
Date publishedMarch 2001
Summary text/ abstractThe Government is committed to doing whatever is necessary to help the police tackle violent animal extremists. There are already tough laws in place to protect business and individuals from violent or threatening protests, and we are looking to strengthen these further to give the police additional powers to ensure that business and individuals can go about their lawful business without fear of violence or imitation. It cannot be right that lawful and legitimate activities are damaged by violence and intimidation.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Politics, UK Government
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