UK death toll. October 2019

115 million, 354 thousand+ animals slaughtered.

 

274 thousand+ cattle
1 million, 456 thousand+ sheep
1 million, 24 thousand+ pigs
112 million, 600 thousand+ “poultry” birds

 

Does not include other species such as deer, goats, horses, “game birds”, aquatic animals or animals exported for killing.

 

 

UK death toll. September 2019

89 million, 298 thousand+ animals slaughtered.

 

246 thousand+ cattle
1 million, 333 thousand+ sheep
919 thousand+ pigs
86 million, 800 thousand+ “poultry” birds

 

Does not include other species such as deer, goats, horses, “game birds”, aquatic animals or animals exported for killing.

 

 

Protest against live exports: 13/12

SfA will be protesting against live exports at Saughton House, Edinburgh on 13th December from 12 noon.

Scotland’s a major player in the live exports industry. Calves just weeks old are taken from their mothers, and sent into the European veal system.

The Scottish Government’s compounding this misery by allowing animals to be transported in distressing conditions.

We’re working with colleagues across Europe to end the trade, come along and lend your voice.

 

 

UK elections, December 12th

UK elections will be held on 12th December, and we believe where a candidate stands on animals is a strong test of their fitness to hold office.

In Westminster, Scottish MPs will be in a position to vote on animal issues which are currently not devolved. A few points you can put to candidates include whether they will support;

 

A Ban on the public sale of fireworks

An independent inquiry into the efficacy of using animals in research

A ban on the use of animals in military/ Ministry of Defence tests

A ban on live exports for slaughter or fattening

Scrapping of VAT on veterinary treatment

 

Please keep in mind that Scottish MPs may also vote on matters applying to animals in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. As a result, please also ask them to provide details of what they would do to protect the rights/ welfare of animals in general.

 

We’ve compiled a list of candidates for your constituency below. Contact details will be available online.

 

 

Aberdeen North

Nurul Hoque Ali – Scottish Labour

Kirsty Blackman – SNP

Isobel Davidson – Scottish Lib Dems

Ryan Houghton – Scottish Conservative

Guy Ingerson – Scottish Green Party

Seb Leslie – Brexit Party

 

Aberdeen South

Stephen Mark Flynn – SNP

Douglas Aaron Lumsden – Scottish Conservative

Shona Simpson – Scottish Labour

Ian Yuill – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Airdrie & Shotts

William Peter Maurice Crossman – Scottish Lib Dems

Neil Charles Gray – SNP

Helen Margaret McFarlane – Scottish Labour

Rosemary McGowan – Scottish Green Party

Lorraine Nolan – Scottish Conservative

 

Angus

Dave Doogan – SNP

Kirstene Janette Hair – Scottish Conservative

Ben George Lawrie – Scottish Lib Dems

Monique Tamara Miller – Scottish Labour

 

Argyll & Bute

Rhea Barnes – Scottish Labour

Gary Mulvaney – Scottish Conservative

Brendan O’Hara – SNP

Alan Reid – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Ayr, Carrick & Cumnock

Helena Bongard – Scottish Lib Dems

Allan Dorans – SNP

Martin Dowey – Scottish Conservative

Duncan Townson – Scottish Labour

 

Ayrshire Central

Emma Florence Farthing – Scottish Lib Dems

Louise McPhater – Scottish Labour

Derek Daniel Stillie – Scottish Conservative

Philippa Whitford – SNP

 

Ayrshire North & Arran

Patricia Gibson – SNP

Cameron Craig Gilmore – Scottish Labour

David John Nairn – Scottish Greens

David Rocks – Scottish Conservative

Louise Amanda Lang Young – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Banff & Buchan

Brian Robert Balcombe – Scottish Labour

David James Duguid – Scottish Conservative

Paul Crombie Robertson – SNP

Alison Fiona Smith – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Berwickshire, Roxburgh & Selkirk

Ian Davidson – Scottish Labour

Calum Kerr – SNP

John Lamont – Scottish Conservative

Jenny Marr- Scottish Lib Dems

 

Caithness, Sutherland & Easter Ross

Cheryl Ann McDonald- Scottish Labour

Karl Calder Rosie – SNP

Andrew David Sinclair – Scottish Conservative

Sandra Skinner – Brexit Party

Jamie Hume Stone – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Coatbridge, Chryston & Bellshill

Steven Bonnar – SNP

Hugh Gaffney – Scottish Labour

Patrick Pearse McAleer- Scottish Green

David Allan Stevens – Scottish Lib Dems

Nathan Wilson – Scottish Conservative

 

Cumbernauld, Kilsyth & Kirkintilloch East

Roz McCall – Scottish Conservative

Stuart Campbell McDonald – SNP

James Daniel McPhilemy – Scottish Labour

Susan Murray – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Dumfries & Galloway

Richard Lambert Thomas Arkless – SNP

Alister William Jack – Scottish Conservative

William Ranald McNabb Laurie – Scottish Lib Dems

Ted Thompson – Scottish Labour

 

Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale & Tweeddale

Amanda Kathryn Burgauer – SNP

Nick Chisholm – Scottish Labour

John Ferry – Scottish Lib Dem

David Gordon Mundell – Scottish Conservative

 

Dumbartonshire West

Peter Connolly – Scottish Green Party

Martin Docherty – SNP

Jennifer Ann Strachen Lang – Scottish Lib Dems

Alix Mathieson – Scottish Conservative

Jean Anne Mitchell – Scottish Labour

Andrew Joseph Muir – Independent

 

Dundee East

Michael Crichton – Scottish Lib Dems

Rosalind Garton – Scottish Labour

Stewart Hosie – SNP

George Morton – Independent

Philip Duncan Scott – Scottish Conservative

 

Dundee West

Quinta Ebot Arrey – Christian People’s Alliance

Daniel Coleman – Scottish Lib Dems

Chris Law – SNP

Jim Malone – Scottish Labour

Stuart Waiton – Brexit Party

Tess White – Scottish Conservative

 

Dunfermline & West Fife

Rebecca Louise Marie Bell – Scottish Lib Dems

Moira McDonald Benny – Scottish Conservative

Douglas Chapman – SNP

Mags Hall – Scottish Green

Cara Laura Hilton – Scottish Labour

 

East Dunbartonshire

Amy Callaghan – SNP

Rosie Dickson – Independent

Pam Gosal – Scottish Conservative

Donald Murdo MacKay – UKIP

Liam McKenchnie – Scottish Family Party

Callum McNally – Scottish Labour

Carolynn Scrimgeour – Scottish Green

Jo Swinson – Scottish Lib Dems

 

East Kilbride, Strathaven & Lesmahagow

Erica Bradley-Young – Scottish Greens

Lisa Cameron – SNP

Gail MacGregor – Scottish Conservative

David MacKay – UKIP

Monique McAdams- Scottish Labour

Ewan McRobert – Scottish Lib Dems

 

East Lothian

Craig William Hoy – Scottish Conservative

Kenneth Wright MacAskill – SNP

Robert James O’Riordan – Scottish Lib Dems

David Henry Alan Sisson – UKIP

Martin David Whitfield – Scottish Labour

 

East Renfrewshire

Carolann Davidson – Scottish Labour

Paul Masterton – Scottish Conservative

Andrew James McGlynn – Scottish Lib Dems

Kirsten Frances Oswald – SNP

 

Edinburgh East

Sheila Gilmore – Scottish Labour Party

Claire Helen Innes Miller – Scottish Green Party

Eleanor Margaret Louise Price – Scottish Conservative

Jill Mary Reilly – Scottish Lib Dems

Tommy Sheppard – SNP

 

Edinburgh North & Leith

Heather Jane Astbury – Renew

Deidre Leanne Brock – SNP

Steve Burgess – Scottish Green Party

Iain McGill – Scottish Conservative

Gordon John Munro – Labour and Co-operative Party

Robert Speirs – Brexit Party

Bruce Roy Wilson – Scottish Liberal Democrats

 

Edinburgh South

Alan Christopher Beal – Scottish Lib Dems

Nick Cook – Scottish Conservative

Catriona Mary Elizabeth MacDonald – SNP

Ian Murray – Scottish Labour

Kate Nevens – Scottish Green

 

Edinburgh South West

David Craig Ballantine – Brexit Party

Mev Brown – Social Democratic Party Scotland

Joanna Catherine Cherry – SNP

Sophie Cooke – Scottish Labour Party

Tom Inglis – Scottish Lib Dems

Callum Arron Laidlaw – Scottish Conservative

Ben Parker – Scottish Green Party

 

Edinburgh West

Craig William Bolton – Scottish Labour Party

Elaine Gunn – Scottish Green Party

Graham James Hutchison – Scottish Conservative

Christine Anne Jardine – Scottish Liberal Democrats

Sarah Louise Masson – SNP

 

Falkirk

Safia Ali – Scottish Labour

Tom McLaughlin – Scottish Green

Johnny McNally – SNP

Lynn Munro – Scottish Conservative

Austin Stanley Reid – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Glasgow Central

Elaine Michelle Gallagher – Scottish Green

Faten Hameed – Scottish Labour

Ewan Hoyle – Scottish Lib Dems

Flora Minerva Scarabello – Scottish Conservative

Alison Emily Thewliss – SNP

 

Glasgow East

James Wallace Harrison – Scottish Lib Dems

Thomas Jordan Kerr – Scottish Conservative

David Melvyn Linden – SNP

Kate Watson – Scottish Labour

 

Glasgow North

Andrew Scott Chamberlain – Scottish Lib Dems

Dionne Moore Cocozza – Brexit Party

Tony Curtis – Scottish Conservative

Pam Duncan Glancy – Scottish Labour

Patrick John Grady – SNP

Cass MacGregor – Scottish Green

 

Glasgow North East

Lauren Bennie – Scottish Conservative

McLAUGHLIN, Elizabeth Anne McLaughlin – SNP

Nicholas Christopher Moohan – Scottish Lib Dems

Paul John Sweeney – Scottish Labour

 

Glasgow North West

Ade Aibinu – Scottish Conservative

Patricia Josephine Ferguson – Scottish Labour

Carol Frances Monaghan – SNP

James Douglas Spiers – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Glasgow South

Carole Louise Ford – Scottish Lib Dems

Dan Hutchison – Scottish Green

Johann MacDougall Lamont – Scottish Labour

Stewart Malcolm McDonald – SNP

Danyaal Ali Raja – Brexit Party

Kyle Alan Kerr Thornton – Scottish Conservative

 

Glasgow South West

Peter Brown – Brexit Party

Ben Denton-Cardew – Scottish Lib Dems

Thomas Haddow – Scottish Conservative

Matt Kerr – Scottish Labour

Chris Stephens – SNP

 

Glenrothes

Pat Egan – Scottish Labour

Victor Robert Farrell – Brexit Party

Peter Grant – SNP

Jane Ann Liston – Scottish Lib Dems

Amy Louise Thomson – Scottish Conservative

 

Gordon

Colin James Clark – Scottish Conservative

Heather Toni Herbert – Scottish Labour

James Bradley Oates – Scottish Lib Dems

Richard Gordon Thomson – SNP

 

Inverclyde

Ronnie Cowan – SNP

Haroun Malik – Scottish Conservative

Martin McCluskey – Scottish Labour

Jacci Stoyle – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Inverness, Nairn, Badneoch & Strathspey

Ariane Claire Burgess – Scottish Greens

Les Durance – Brexit Party

Fiona Gay Fawcett – Scottish Conservative

Drew Hendry – SNP

Robert Denis James Rixson – Scottish Lib Dems

Lewis Ian Whyte – Scottish Labour

 

Kilmarnock & Loudon

Alan Brown – SNP

Caroline Hollins – Scottish Conservative

Stef Johnstone – Scottish Libertarian Party

Kevin McGregor – Scottish Labour

Edward John Thornley – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath

Gill Cole-Hamilton – Scottish Lib Dems

James Neale Hanvey – SNP

Lesley Laird – Scottish Labour

Kathleen Frances Leslie – Scottish Conservative

Scott John Colin Rutherford – Scottish Green

Mitch William – Brexit Party

 

Lanark & Hamilton East

Angela Crawley – SNP

Shona Ruth Haslam – Scottish Conservative

Andrew Michael Hilland – Scottish Labour

Jane Patricia Pickard – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Linlithgow & Falkirk East

Marc Bozza – Brexit Party

Martyn Day – SNP

Charles John Kennedy – Scottish Conservative

Gillian Audrey Mackay – Scottish Green

Wendy Margaret Milne – Scottish Labour

Sally Pattle – Scottish Lib Dems

Mark Andrew Tunnicliff – Veterans and People’s Party

 

Livingston

Hannah Mary Bardell – SNP

Charles Christopher Dundas – Scottish Lib Dems

Cameron Glasgow – Scottish Green

Caitlin Margaret Mary Kane – Scottish Labour

Damian Joseph Timson – Scottish Conservative

 

Midlothian

Steve Arrundale – Scottish Lib Dems

Rebecca Jane Fraser – Scottish Conservative

Danielle Rowley – Scottish Labour

Owen George Thomson – SNP

 

Moray

CAMPBELL TREVOR, Fiona Margaret Campbell Trevor – Scottish Lib Dems

Jo Kirby – Scottish Labour

Laura Mitchell – SNP

ROSS, Douglas Ross – Scottish Conservative

Rob Scorer – UKIP

 

Motherwell & Wishaw

Angela Feeney – Scottish Labour

Marion Fellow – SNP

Megan Gallacher – Scottish Conservative

Christopher Wilson – Scottish Lib Dems

Neil Wilson – UKIP

 

Na h-Eileanan an Iar

Alison MacCorquodale – Scottish Labour

Angus Brendan MacNeil – SNP

Neil Mitchison – Scottish Lib Dems

Jennifer Ross – Scottish Conservative

 

North East Fife

Wendy Chamberlain – Scottish Lib Dems

Stephen Patrick Gethins – SNP

Wendy Helena Haynes – Scottish Labour

Tony Miklinski – Scottish Conservative

 

Ochil & Perthshire South

Luke Patrick Graham – Scottish Conservative

Stuart Martin – UKIP

John Mackenzie Nicolson – SNP

Lorna Jane Robertson – Scottish Labour

Iliyan Simeonov Stfanov – Scottish Lib Dems

 

Orkney & Shetland

David Stephen Barnard – Independent

Alistair Carmichael – Scottish Lib Dems

Coilla Anne Drake – Scottish Labour

Jennifer Fairbairn – Scottish Conservative

Robert Fraser Leslie – SNP

Robert Watt Smith – Brexit Party

 

Paisley & Renfrewshire North

NEWLANDS, Gavin Andrew Stuart Newlands – SNP

Julie Pirone- Scottish Conservative

Ross Stalker – Scottish Lib Dems

Alison Suzanne Watt Taylor – Scottish Labour

 

Paisley & Renfrewshire South

Mhairi Black – SNP

Jack William George Clark – Scottish Lib Dems

Mark James Dougan – Scottish Conservative

Moira Ramage – Scottish Labour

 

Perth & Perthshire North

Peter Anthony Barrett – Scottish Lib Dems

Angela Bretherton – Scottish Labour

Angus Mackenzie Forbes – Scottish Conservative

Stuart Charles Powell – Brexit Party

Pete Wishart – SNP

 

Ross, Skye & Lochaber

Gavin Ingo Berkenheger – Scottish Conservative

Kate Brownlie – Brexit Party

Ian Blackford – SNP

Donald MacLeod Boyd – Scottish Christian Party

John Robert Erskine – Scottish Labour

Craig Thomas Alexander Harrow – Scottish Lib Dems

Richard Crewe Lucas – Scottish Family Party

 

Rutherglen & Hamilton West

Margaret Ferrier – SNP

Ged Killen – Scottish Labour

Janice Elizabeth MacKay- UKIP

Mark McGeever – Scottish Lib Dems

Lynne Nailon – Scottish Conservative

 

Stirling

Stephen Charles Kerr – Scottish Conservative

Bryan Quinn – Scottish Green

Fayzan Rehman – Scottish Lib Dems

Mary Kate Ross – Scottish Labour

Alyn Edward Smith – SNP

 

West Aberdeenshire & Kincardine

Andrew Campbell Bowie – Scottish Conservative

Paddy Coffield – Scottish Labour

Fergus McRae Mutch – SNP

John Robert McConnachie Waddell – Scottish Lib Dems

 

UK death toll. August 2019.

86 million, 608 thousand+ animals slaughtered.

 

225 thousand+ cattle
1 million, 425 thousand+ sheep
958 thousand+ pigs
84 million, 100 thousand+ “poultry” birds

 

Does not include other species such as deer, goats, horses, “game birds”, aquatic animals or animals exported for killing.

 

UK death toll, July 2019

 
109 million, 688 thousand+ animals slaughtered.
 
224 thousand+ cattle
1 million, 238 thousand+ sheep
926 thousand+ pigs
107 million, 300 thousand+ “poultry” birds
 
Does not include other species such as deer, goats, horses, “game birds”, aquatic animals or animals exported for killing.
 
 
 

Stand with KAALE against live exports

The government, police and the industry working in concert to shut down campaigners.

Occasions like these demonstrate that you really couldn’t get a fag paper between authorities paid to protect animals, and those making fortunes out of enslaving and killing them.

When the vulnerable are abandoned by the law, we all have a duty to take action ourselves.

Please send a message of solidarity to Kent Action Against Live Exports. let them know you stand with them.

 

 

 

Live exports must end

Disappointing to see no explicit commitment to end live exports in today’s queen’s speech. UK Govt. has pledged to consult on transport of animals.

Scotland for Animals will work to ensure any legislation includes a ban on exports for slaughter and fattening after leaving EU.