Could the UK be about to ban real fur completely?

BBC News: A report by MPs is urging the government to consider it. 

A government statement said: "The government shares the British public's high regard for animal welfare, and fur farming was banned in the UK in 2000.

For the Full BBC article:

Brian May (from Queen) Catherine Reda, Diane Smith with other amazing Activists asking for banning fur in UK !

Special Thanks from IAFC to those two wonderful women: Catherine Reda & Diane Smith for being the fire-Starters by creating The UK Parliament  petition: "Ban the sale of animal fur in the UK". (Which had reached 109,553  signatures!)  & Which had led the issue to be debated by the Parliament on 4th June 2018.


& There are more good news about UK Markets going fur-Free:

2018: London had 3 of their famous markets banning the sale of fur :

Old Spitalfields, Camden, Saffron Walden Town markets  

& 2019: Aylesbury Vale District Council has banned the sale of real fur from all the markets that it runs in the district.  

To read more about this, please read on the "Respect For Animals "website: 

First UK markets join with top fashion designers and high street retailers and pledge to go ‘Fur Free’.  

And here is the email to contact for getting involved: 


Respect for Animals
PO Box 6500 Nottingham, 
NG4 3GB 
+44 (0) 115 952 5440