Jill Phipps (15 January 1964 — 1 February 1995) was a Britishanimal rightsactivist who was crushed to death in Baginton, Warwickshire, England by a lorry transporting live veal calves heading for continental Europe via Coventry Airport.
See Jill’s film here – we start with part 4, the final part – which involves the actions at Coventry airport – fighting live exports – and the death of Jill on 1st February 1995.
It has taken some 20 years since her death, but there are currently NO live animal exports from the UK to Europe. They may return, but when they do, campaigners on the English SE coastal ports will be ready to take action.
See Jill’s film (4 Parts) – Note that this film is now several years old, and many issues have changed; some for the better, some are still as…
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