Chillin' at Tesco...every protest helps!
Vivisector and Victim
Protesters can be couch potatoes too... even if it is on an abandoned couch
Midnight Pharmacy? Ain't they open any other time?
Rabbit Dead: from testing or from the shock at the crap Boots' sells? Who knows?
Proctor and Gamble are responsible for a huge array of products including Herbal Essences, Ariel, Fairy, Bold and even animal food under the label Iams/Eukanuba.
The public was very receptive and all our leaflets were given out. The public don't like animals being abused for washing up liquid – get the hint P&G!
A successful working relationship was established at Tesco where we were prevented from entering the store but security gave up requesting that activists didn't stand in their enclosed entrance.
ASDA was, as ever, more trouble. A protester's finger was slightly grazed by a security guard who works for British Land (who owns the land around ASDA) and a complaint was made. Police have informed the activist that the security man will be arrested.
ASDA in Cambridge has been a problem for peaceful protesters in the past. Although we don't tend to place much confidence in complaints to the police, it is hoped this will make the ASDA site re-think how there security response to peaceful protesters in future.
Boycott Proctor and Gamble: http://www.boycottpandg.co.uk and http://www.uncaged.co.uk/pgday.htm
-For a full P&G product list see http://www.uncaged.co.uk/pgproducts.htm
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