Danny Champions Animal Welfare

It appears that without scientists at the helm, our current government continually fail to see the true impact of their actions. Danny Chambers, Winchesters Liberal Democrat candidate and Veterinary Surgeon with a masters in veterinary infectious disease control has a much boarder knowledge when it comes to the implications of policy implemented. Having worked on one health, public health and animal health programs all over the world, Danny knows how interlinked animal health and welfare is to our own health. 

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Foreign aid cuts will damage UK as well causing suffering abroad

Danny Chambers recently wrote in the Byline Times about how the foreign aid cuts will directly affect the UK.

Danny has worked on public health and disease control programmes in developing countries for many years, and understands that the cuts will not only hurt the world's most disadvantaged and vulnerable people during a pandemic, but will also damage scientific jobs and research funding right here in the UK.

Danny highlights how this cruel Conservative policy will not only have implications on the world's poorest but will also directly affect the UK because of loss of funding into public health research. 

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The cruellest cut - West Country Bylines 

We need to stop electing politicians who don't believe in science

Danny uses his extensive social media platform to call for greater urgency in dealing with climate change.

'The science has been clear for decades - we need to take urgent action. Unfortunately our Parliament has been full of politicians who don't understand the science, or don't care enough to prioritise it.'

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Fighting for UK Farmers

Danny Chambers highlights the damage UK trade deal with Australia could do to UK farmers by undercutting our current animal welfare standards.

Danny wrote:

'The Trade Deal with Australia may only be worth up to 0.02% of our GDP, but the impact on our farming and animal welfare standards could be huge.
UK are farmers proud to have among the highest animal welfare standards in the world.
The majority of Conservative MPs have repeatedly voted not to protect our current animal welfare and farming standards.

Forcing the UK farming industry to compete with low-welfare imports will be bad for the environment, bad for animals and bad for UK farmers who take pride in their work.'

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