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Thursday, 9th June

Today, we continued to highlight the so-called 'respectable' financial corporations that profit from animal abuse and torture at HLS in London. Companies like Axa and Legal & General that hide behind their 'ethical policies' and their glass and steel towers while investing in animal & human abuse and environmental degradation.

We started the protests outside Axa Investment Managers at 7 Newgate Street London, EC1A 7NX (Tel: 020 7003 1000), during their early lunch period as Axa are a main financial player in supporting AstraZeneca's, and in turn HLS's horrific daily abuses. By being a large sharing contributor in AstraZeneca's unethical business, they are not only partly responsible for the 500 deaths a day inside HLS, but also for the unethical suffering of humans at the hands of the p'harm'a vivisection industry that makes disease, sickness and fear profitable. We spent an hour outside Axa offices with a lot of interest from passers by who surely seen and read the recent news that adverse drug side effects on kill nearly 200,000 people a year across the EU, along with the millions of silent victims being tortured inside their cages in places like HLS.

Then it was on to Legal & General Investment Management at 1 Coleman Street, London EC2R 5AA (Tel: 020 3124 3000 and 0800 027 7169) to continue our protest and outreach, naming and shaming these disgusting companies for the evils they are complicit in. Like Axa, Legal & General are large equity investors of AstraZeneca, a major customer of HLS and once again we had a lot of response from the passing public. While Legal & General security had to explain to visitors why they had to be checked into their building and why Legal & General still invest in these sort of outdated, cruel and unethical practices.

Then it was to another Axa, this time their UK HQ, at 5 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1AD (Tel: 020 7920 5900) where we continued with our theme of naming and shaming Axa for their involvement in the funding of animal abuse. You can rest assured that we care much more about animal abuse and human suffering than you do about your dirty, immoral profits.

SHAC London



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