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    Animals Count

    Animals Count is a UK political party for people and animals. We launched in December 2006, and in 2008 and 2009 Animals Count contested elections and received good results. We received 13,201 votes in the Eastern region of England during the June 2009 EU elections. Animals Count is based on the highly successful Dutch political 'Party for the Animals', which has 26 elected representatives, including two MPs and a senator.
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    PO BOX 51250
    London , SE11 4UN
    United Kingdom
    Contact Person: Animals Count
    E-Mail: [email protected]

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    While concern for animals is a mainstream priority, this is poorly reflected in the policies of most UK political parties. Often, animal protection ends up at the bottom of the political agenda, with politicians paying only lip service to animal welfare. Meanwhile, millions of animals continue to suffer in unacceptable conditions. Poor treatment of animals reflects badly on society and can also increase risks to human health e.g. BSE, E.coli and bird flu.

    Voting for Animals Count will show politicians in other parties that the British public does care about animal issues and this will influence their policies and actions. Electing candidates from the main parties is a wasted opportunity for the animals, and people will not notice any real difference to their day to day lives, whichever main party wins. A vote for Animals Count is a vote for justice for everyone!

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