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07/03/15
« on: Saturday, 07 March, 2015 @ 13:07:40 »
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Animals would be protected under human rights laws and new taxes imposed on nappies under plans to be considered by the Green Party.

The insurgent environmentalist party, which hopes to hold the balance of power after the General Election by winning up to ten seats, will also propose creating a fleet of hospital ships to serve the developing world, cutting the size of National Lottery prizes and banning the Grand National.

The policies, set to become official policy during a series of debates on Saturday, underline the radical ambitions of Britain’s fastest-growing political movement, which now has 55,000 members – more than the Liberal Democrats or Ukip.

Those policy proposals in full

Animal rights: Article Five of the UN Declaration on Human Rights, banning “inhuman” treatment, is extended to all sentient life forms. The same prison sentences for the murder and kidnap of humans will apply to crimes involving elephants, monkeys and whales.

Nappies: Companies that manufacture disposable nappies face higher taxes to account for landfill

Grand National: Commercial horse and dog racing to be banned

National Lottery: Payouts to be smaller, with more winners, under “progressive” system

Aid: Budget to increase to one per cent of GDP, with hospital ships serving the developing world

Education: Forest Schools, giving children a “hands-on” appreciation of trees
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/green-party/11456572/Rodents-to-be-given-human-rights-under-Green-Party-plans.html