A spokesperson for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said: “The UK has some of the highest animal welfare and environmental standards in the world. This means all livestock farms, regardless of their size or scale, must meet our high standards and comply with robust legislation.”70% of UK farm animals, more than 1 billion animals every year, are now kept in intensive indoor units that Philip Lymbery, chief executive of Compassion in World Farming calls “the biggest cause of animal cruelty in Britain today”. … [Read more...] about Industrial-sized pig and chicken farming continuing to rise in UK
Anti competitive industries
“The pandemic spells more trouble for this group, which includes department store giants, high street brands and venture-backed startups,” the report states. “We expect a large number of global fashion companies to go bankrupt in the next 12 to 18 months.” … [Read more...] about Fashion industry reels as coronavirus shuts shops and cancels orders
He told The Sun: “Rory is the only candidate Boris would fear. He’s the David to Boris’ Goliath.” Mr Stewart secured 19 votes in the first round last Thursday – with unconfirmed allegations that Theresa May could have been among them. … [Read more...] about Rory Stewart backed by two anti-No Deal ministers after scooping up MPs in Channel 4 leadership debate
A Department for Business spokeswoman said: "The prime minister has said that we want to explore the terms on which the UK could remain part of the European Aviation Safety Agency and we will continue to work closely with aerospace companies, ensuring they can continue to benefit from a frictionless trading environment." … [Read more...] about Brexit warning for aerospace industry supply in Wales
The state governor of Tyrol, Günther Platter, told DW that the world is dealing with an "exceptional situation," which "just a few weeks ago was unimaginable." He conceded however that "with what we know today, the authorities would have made different decisions." When asked if the WKÖ elections had influenced decisions relating to bar closures or ending the ski season, Platter "completely ruled that out." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus coverup: Did Austrian politics and industry collude?