Anti-Fur activists across the country have continued to campaign throughout the winter months against the sale of fur in Harvey Nichols on Saturday, with frequent and regular protests at Harvey Nichols in 8 cities across Britain and Ireland. This is the largest national anti fur campaign for many years, and began when Harvey Nichols dropped its fur free policy in Sepember. Since then tens of thousands of leaflets and postcards have been handed to customers calling for a boycott of Harvey Nichols, as protestors have gathered outside the store's branches in London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Dublin, Leeds and Birmingham. Read More...
London activists continue to campaign against fur at Harrods, until recently the only UK department store which does not have a fur free policy. read more...
Cruise back in the bloody fur business
The decision to sell fur comes after Cruise drastically down-sized their number of stores from over 20 to just 9 stores in 7 cities: Derby, Leicester, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast.
Beyond Retro - Vintage fur is still murder
Beyond Retro is a London based so called vintage fashion chain, with shops in the UK and Sweden. Campaigners continue to protest at their shops and call for the company to stop selling fur. More details.
Campaigners Tell Burberry - Stop Selling Fur
Activists have been protesting at Burberry stores to highlight their sale of real fur and call for them to adopt a fur free policy, and to call on the public to boycott Burberry until they do... Read more
CAFT Winter Newsletter
The January 2013 CAFT Newsletter is available to download, with all the latest news about our actions and campaigns in the UK, as well as news of campaigns and investigations across the world. More details...
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Fur free policy of various shops around the UK
CAFT-UK has helped regenerate the grass-roots campaign against the fur trade in Britain. Through investigations, education, campaigns and demonstrations we have exposed the horror of the fur trade and helped establish and continue anti-fur actions across Britain. We have filmed undercover in fur farms, lobbied for a ban on fur farming and persuaded dozens of shops to stop selling real fur.
We also work with anti-fur groups across the world. The fur industry is a global one so our fight against it should work on an international level too.
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