The protestors told the egm, at the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) in the City, that the company mistreated laboratory animals.
Animal rights protestors were ejected from a extraordinary general meeting of Huntingdon Life Sciences in London yesterday, with activist Terence Woods helping to brandish a banner. The protestors, from a group called Animal Aid, were appealing to shareholders in a bid to stop experiments on animals for drugs research. Later, the shareholders approved a pounds 20.2m rescue package for the company in a subscription, placing and open offer. Huntingdon also secured banking facilities worth pounds 24.5m for the next two years.