Stop the Tories, Save Badgers

Update posted by Freeda Brocks On Nov 08, 2019

We sold so many this evening that we've been able to buy another 2,500 stickers.
putting them on recyclying bins and points in towns where traffic stops and can be read, like road signs are good locations for maximum views.

If you are looking to travel to get to the nearest marginal seat to you, check out this link:
http://www.electionpolling.co.uk/battleground/targ...

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thnak you for everything you do to help stop the culls, im sad i cant do more to get involved myself atm, cull tories!!

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Keep up the amazing work fighting for animals that can't speak for themselves x

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