Thursday, September 29, 2005

Another Terrorist Victory

Perhaps the police interviewing Mr Wolfgang could spare a bit of time to check out these people.

A chain of children's nurseries has become the target of animal rights activists who are attempting to close down the chemicals testing company Huntingdon Life Sciences, it emerged yesterday.

The directors of Leapfrog Day Nurseries, the biggest provider of childcare in the UK, received letters warning them to sever all links with HLS, which has been the subject of sustained protests over its use of animals, including experiments for pharmaceutical research.

Leapfrog, which runs 102 nurseries and was offering childcare vouchers to HLS employees, yesterday said it had received threats of physical force and that it had cut its ties to HLS.

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