Update: Petition Submission

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Yesterday, 7 November 2017, Brian and Maxine Berry traveled via train to Cardiff to deliver the Justice for Chunky to the Welsh petition committee and Bethan Jenkins. Due to the announcement of the death of Carl Sargeant AM, Bethan Jenkins, understandably, did not meet with us but her representative Chad Richard. Our condolences goes out to the family of Carl Sargeant AM.

Before taking the Justice for Chunky petition, a representative from the committee read and felt, semantically it covered Wales and acknowledged it came from Change.org. However, they did not formally take it. Instead the petition was handed to Chad Richard, a representative of Bethan Jenkins who is reviewing it. Brian and Maxine wait to hear the outcome of the review.

As a result of yesterday’s journey, Brian and Maxine expect the campaign for animal abuse register will split into two parts: one for Wales and the other for a UK wide animal abuse register. Finally Brian and Maxine also see the possibility the campaign might split into four parts: Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and a UK wide campaign.

Once we hear more about the outcome, further updates will be posted.

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Justice for Chunky Petition Being Delivered To Welsh Assembly 7 November 2017

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It is a week to go and we (Brian and Maxine) have not heard anything that will indicate there has been a change in plans.

Therefore, we are planning to be in Wales on 7 November to deliver the Justice for Chunky petition to Bethan Jenkins at approximately 12:30 PM. By delivering the petition it will lend support to legislation that will create the first animal abuse registry in the United Kingdom. This is a massive step forward and we hope it will build the necessary framework for a UK wide animal abuse register.

We encourage everyone to show up to lend support. Even if you cannot attend the event in Cardiff, there are things you can do. For starters you can write your MP stating you support an animal abuse register. Also you can write the editor of your local paper, visit The Justice for Chunky Facebook page or buy from us using the below button.

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Update: Animal Abuse Register Petition Being Delivered

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A while back ago I mentioned there was a big announcement coming and I am now able to make that announcement. At the moment, there are plans to deliver my petition, Justice for Chunky, with over 600,000 signatures to the Welsh Assembly on 7 November 2017 in preparation to pass an animal abuse register for Wales. The event is scheduled from 12:30 – 13:15 but I am waiting for final confirmation of the time. This great opportunity that being led by our good friend Bethan Jenkins AM.

Whilst it is still early and plans need to be finalised, Brighter Tomorrow wants to encourage people to show up at the Welsh Assembly on 7 November with their pets in support of the petition being delivered. By taking a few minutes to show support it will show support for Bethan Jenkins tireless work on the great piece of legislation and it will show the Welsh assembly there is widespread support for the petition.

Next, it is important to note Wales cannot pass laws that conflict with laws of the United Kingdom. This means the register cannot call for sentences longer than what is currently legislated under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and it will not have any impact on England, Scotland, or Nothern Ireland. Regardless of any consequential limitation, this is a significant first step in bringing the animal abuse register to the whole United Kingdom.

The people of Wales should be proud to have an AM like Bethan Jenkins.

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Life Work of Maxine Berry: Fighting to End All Forms Abuse and Mistreatment

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Maxine Berry is not just the Managing Director of Brighter Tomorrow Limited (UK)). She is also a tireless campaigner who is fighting to end all forms of abuse and mistreatment. Below is a listing of articles rearding the work of Maxine Berry

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Thousands Sign Justice For Chunky Petition (last accessed 12 August 2017)

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Half a Million People Justice for Chunky Campaign (last accessed 12 August 2017)

Brits Call for Animal Abuse Register After Justice for Chunky Campaign (last accessed 12 August 2017)

Chunky the Dog Inspires Petition for Animal Abuse Register (last accessed 12 August 2017)

Abuse of Chunky the Chihua Sparks Pleas to Ministers (last accessed 12 August 2017)

Campaigners Want Justice for Chunky (last accessed 12 August 2017)

Animal Lovers Urge the Government to Change Animal Cruetly Laws (last accessed 12 Agusut 2017)

400K Sign Petition After ‘Sick’ Dog Cruelty (last accessed 12 August 2017)

This Dog Presented A Petition to the Government to End Animal Cruelty (last accessed 12 Agust 2017)

Plaid Cymru Calls for Wales to Have Animal Abuse Register (last accessed 12 August 2017)

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How False Memories of Abuse Almost Destroyed a Young Life (last accessed 12 August 2017)

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The Women Brainwashed by Therapists to Believe Their Parents Abused Them (last accessed 12 August 2017)

Daily Mail Article on False Memories BFMS (last accessed 12 August 2017)

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Ending Disposable Pets by Keeping Families Together Petition

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Keeping Families Together

In Britain it is estimated approximately 50% of households have a pet. However, those in the rental section, see a pet as mere property. Whereby a pet is something that can be disposed when the situation requires it. Even though the tenant may have given proper notice of having a pet to the landlord. The landlord may use the pet as the excuse for not being able to re-home family when re-homing is required in an effort to avoid their obligation to the family. Sadly, the landlord does not realise the emotional bond that is formed and ignores the benefits a pet provides. The benefits a pet provides is very much the same benefits belonging to family provides. Time has come for a change to view pets as members of the family and a family must be re-home then the focus must be Keeping Families Together.

A Pet Is Not Property But A Member Of The Family

Keeping Families Together means, a pet is not a mere piece of property but a member of the family. A pet adds meaning to our lives, keep us healthy, and most of all they do not judge us. By having a pet, adds years to life and keeps us emotionally healthy. Our world will be worse without having a pet.

Keeping Families Together Means Less Abandoned Pets

Splitting a family a part, especially when it is not the family’s fault, is unfair. It causes them unnecessary emotional grief and compounds any grief they may be experiencing. Furthermore it means the family has a tough choice, during a time of undue emotional stress, to be re-homed or keep a member of their family. No one should have to face splitting their family in order to have housing.

Time For Legislative Reform

Time has come for legislative reform to strengthen the laws regarding families with pets. Families, who have given proper notice of having pet should not face making a tough decision of splitting their family. Instead landlords, public and private, must be forced to re-home families with pets or face legal penalties for non-compliance.

Please sign our petition calling for legislative reform so no family has to split-up through no fault of their own. With your support, Brighter Tomorrow can make a brighter tomorrow for those who rent and have a pet.

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Overcoming Roadblocks and Misconceptions: Journey to the Animal Abuse Register Maxine Berry Tireless Fight for Those Without a Voice

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Endless Possibilities: The start Maxine Berry’s Journey

We are living in a truly exciting time, in the United Kingdom. Brexit and the upcoming general election provide endless possibilities. The most exciting possibility began about 8 months before the vote to leave the European Union, in November 2016. It is the Animal Abuse Register, Justice for Chunky, petition started by Maxine Berry.

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Her vision is having a register, similar to the state of Tennessee, whereby family pets are protected and those who abuse animals face longer sentences. The amazing thing about Maxine’s vision, the register not only protects pets but people too. At this point, you may be gobsmacked believing the register will only protect pets? Reality, there is a link between those who abuse animals and the increased likelihood they will harm people. No link is 100% and there are other factors that influence the decision, like longer sentences.

Now, imagine the UK having Maxine’s vision what type of country will we have? This author believes it is a safer country. Whereby animal cruelty, especially against family pets decrease, domestic violence decrease, and where appropriate support is given to help those overcome their violent ways. In essence creating a brighter tomorrow for many people living in the United Kingdom.

Is Anti-Americanism a Roadblock?

Next, if the register will protect people. Then how come the United Kingdom does not have the register? No path to change is simple and because animal cruelty is an emotive issue, there will be roadblocks along the way. When Maxine started her journey, she was realistic and knew it was not going to be easy. Her belief in making pets safe from harm and keeping people safe is her driving motivation. Currently, one roadblock Maxine is facing is the collective feeling inferior to America along with a bit of anti-Americanism. She will not let anti-Americanism or a feeling from other of feeling inferior to America.

UK Papers Can Publish Names and Photographs of Those Convicted of a Crime but the Animal Abuse Register Cannot?

So where does this roadblock originate from? The state of Tennessee since January 2016 implemented an animal abuse register for the whole state and 10 other states are currently legislating some form of animal abuse register. The argument that Maxine Berry is facing lies in the public exposure of those on the register. In the United Kingdom it is easy to search a local paper; find someone convicted of a crime with their photograph published and name published.

Publishing Names Leads to Vigilantism: Fact or Fiction?

Moving on, a part of the roadblock lies in the belief public exposure will lead to vigilantism. So what evidence exists Tennessee model will lead to vigilantism? This author has spent time searching for records indicating vigilantism after implementing the animal abuse register in Tennessee. At the time of writing this article, this author cannot find any reported cases of vigilantism in the state of Tennessee against those on the register.

This brings up the next question what about the UK? This author can find sporadic reports of vigilantism against sex offenders. Nonetheless shortly after the UK introduced the sex offenders; register vigilantism appeared to have decreased. This article seems to suggest the link between the media and fueling vigilantism.

Another issue this raises, there is a difference between those who commit animal cruelty and those who commit sex offences?

Why Design an Original Register When a Model Already Exists?

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Maxine Berry being interviewed before submitting justice for chunky petition to DEFRA

Many people fear Maxine is advocating a “naming and shaming” of those convicted of animal cruelty. In response to the misinformation, Maxine explicitly advocates it is not the public naming of individuals that makes the Tennessee model ‘an out-of-the-box solution.’ Instead Maxine continuously states it is the legislation. In particular, it is the longer sentences for those who abuse animals and the definition of animal that makes the Tennessee model that can be easily modified to fit the needs of the UK. If MPs review the cost and benefit analysis done by Maxine’s husband Brian they will see it is more cost effective to focus limiting the definition of animal to companion animals than the wide encompassing definition of animal as provided under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and MPs will see over time the animal abuse register can be self-sustaining.

Tennessee Model Works

All things considered, how come United Kingdom has not implemented an animal abuse register based on the Tennessee model? What is the reason the animal abuse register, based on the Tennessee model, has not become law in the UK? Is it beliefs rooted in British inferiority to America, is it anti-Americanism, or a combination of? Such a question may seem harsh and maybe unfair. Nonetheless the question needs to be asked. It is important to remember, Maxine advocates it is the legislation not the public naming that makes the Tennessee model viable.

Furthermore evidence suggests the register might decrease vigilantism and the evidence suggests there is no link between the two, regardless of the model used. Moreover, the Tennessee model is a working model that has been around since January 2016 and has a history. Finally there is some evidence to suggest a UK animal abuse register (point of sale and employer checks) based on the Tennessee model is cheaper and may be self-sufficient without the need for strict enforcement or violating civil liberties.

Finally

Regardless of anti-Americanism and regardless of some feeling inferior to American exceptionalism in the field of animal rights, Maxine Berry will continue to fight for animal rights. She will continue for fight for the Tennessee model because it is the most cost-effective and the easiest to implement. Plus the Tennessee model provides an excellent model for legislation in defining animals and sentencing. It is time for us to unite to protect our pets and protect those who do not have a voice. By implementing an animal abuse register based on the Tennessee model we can make millions of lives better in a very short time.

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The Shocking Truth What the UK Political Parties Do Not Want You to Know about Their Support for the Animal Abuse Register

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The Shocking Truth What the UK Political Parties Do Not Want You to Know about Their Support for the Animal Abuse Register

Journey Begins

In November 2015 Maxine Berry and Brian Berry started an incredible journey. Maxine started the Justice for Chunky petition calling for a UK wide Animal Abuse Regster Brian supports her by doing much of the background work. Their work is raising awareness by collecting nearly 600,000. Resulting int the Green Party making the animal abuse register their policy.

Now, approximately 18 months after starting the petition the UK government is calling for a general election. It gives the chance to get all 600,000 voices herd. In order to get all 600,000 voices herd we must act as a cohesive group. How exciting is that?

For Maxine Berry and Brian Berry it is quite exciting. Imagine if all of us who signed the petition vote and vote for the party that best supports the register? Imagine the change we can bring? Now, imagine having the the register? What do you see? I see 600,000 voices speaking in unison. The power of their vote ending animal cruelty. Their power, bringing longer sentences for those who commit animal cruelty and stopping those who abuse animals from working with the most vulnerable.

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Parties Supporting

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During this time it is important each candidate and party will reflect on what is important. Politicians will talk about brexit, taxes, immigration; and benefits. These issues are largely impersonal issues that politician spin to gain votes. Politicians ignore issues that at are important to voters.

Over the last 18 months, we have reached out to all major parties including Plaid Cymru in Wales. We are grateful to Plaid Cymru and Bethan Jenkins AM for their work on the register in Wales.  Likewise we are thankful to the Green Party for their tireless support of the register and their help, has moved both of us.

Parties Needing to Take Further Action

Conservatives

Nonetheless Maxine and Brian struggle to understand why the Conservatives are not reaching out to them regarding the register. The register gives them the opportunity to look tough on an issue that impacts millions of voters. The register can give the Conservatives the opportunity to make Britain safer while protecting its most vulnerable members. Supporting the register can help the Conservatives deliver a sizable majority in Parliament.

Labour

Likewise, the register for Labour can help attract voters they may need while addressing a crucial issue that calls for a balance of rehabilitation, tougher sentencing, and protecting the public. According to recent polls Labour is approximately 15% behind the Conservatives and it appears Labour’s leader, from on media reports, is toxic to them. Supporting the register is one way for Labour to improve their image.

Lets Work Together

We are always willing to reach out to any party, to meet at their convenience, and to discuss an issue that impacts all of us animal abuse. Animal abuse is not a localised issue only impact pet owners and farmers, it impacts us all.

When you vote in the general election in June, remember so far Plaid Cymru in Wales and the Green Party in the UK are fighting to end animal cruelty through the animal abuse register. They are the ones that realise there is a link between animal cruelty and the chance the individual may become violent against another human. Just because there is a chance it does not guarantee that they will. Nonetheless, the register offers the opportunity to track those who abuse animals by placing them on register, identifying those at risk to provide them the help they need, and when a juvenile is involved providing the necessary support the family. By fighting for the register we are fighting to provide a better tomorrow for everyone, including the animals, in Britain.

Update 23 April 2017

Since writing the initial article regarding political party support the Green Party, as we understand, may not stand a candidate in Plymouth in order to support Labour. For Maxine and Brian this is disappointing. They wholeheartedly support the Green Party’s animal abuse register policy but are disappointed the Green Party attempt to support Labour. Reason for their disappointment lies in Labour’s lack of support for animal abuse register, in particular the animal abuse register is not a part of Labour’s current manifesto and they have other concerns regarding the party. This potential decision by the Green Party is making Brian and Maxine,  question Green Party’s commitment to the register. They ask their supporters to think about their decision to vote Green Party and what their vote will mean. In particular what their vote may mean if Corbyn is elected Prime Minister. Brian and Maxine hopes the Green Party will re-think their support for Labour and rethink running a candidate in Plymouth against Labour.

Update 2 May 2017

Maxine and Brian are still seeing articles about a potential Labour and Green Party agreement. We are disappointed and believe Green Party should stand on its own merits by using the animal abuse register as a way to attract voters. Instead of trying to reach an agreement regarding running of candidates to give each party the best chance at winning.

Update 11 May 2017

Today a variety of print media are leaking Labour’s manifesto. Whilst is is not a shock to us, it is nonetheless disappointing. Our disappointment lies in the Green Party trying to seek a “Progressive Alliance,” with Labour instead of believing in its own uniqueness. It is our concern by trying to align with the Labour Party and not run candidates in order to establish an alliance the Green Party will be damaged thereby hurting the animal abuse register cause. Another disappointment lies in the reports on Laobur’s manifesto there is nothing in it that call for animal abuse register. With just under a month until the general election it is our hope the Green Party moves away the “Progressive Alliance,” aspirations with Labour and focuses on winning seats in order to progress the animal abuse register.

Update 14 May 2017

I have looking through the tweets from the Green Party over the last few weeks. The focus is not on the animal abuse register and I am struggling to see any supporting the register. Instead the focus is on decriminalising sex work and immigration detention centres.  This leave me to question the commitment the Green Party has to promote the animal abuse register, to give a voice to Britain’s most vulnerable and make the UK more prosperous country. In the run up to the general election, I am hoping the Green Party refocuses its effort on the register and raise awareness of its need.

Update 16 May 2017

After reading Labour’s manifesto, I am disappointed. To begin with animal welfare gets less than 1/2 page attention and most of it is dedicated to large bold fonts. Another disappointment lies in Labour talking about increasing sentencing for animal cruelty but it does not state how much of an increase. Finally Labour manifest is silent on the animal abuse register.  If media reports are correct Green Party is working at forming a tactical progressive alliance with Labour, it makes me question Green Party’s commitment to the animal abuse register.

Update 18 May 2017

I have read the Liberal Democrats manifesto and in regards to animal welfare, I am impressed. The Liberal Democrats have specifically stated they want to increase sentencing from six months to five years for animal cruelty (page 5). This is a step in the right direction and it would have been better if there was a mention of an animal abuse register.

Update 19 May 2017

Yesterday, Conservative release their manifesto and it is disappointing. There is very little mention about animal welfare. Animal welfare only gets 1 paragraph on page 26 of their manifesto. Furthermore there is no mention of longer sentences for animal cruelty and no mention of the register.

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What is the Green Party Animal Abuse Register All About?

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Over half-million signatures exist on the Justice for Chunky petition calling for an Animal Abuse Register. Barely a day goes by when print media does not cover a story of an animal abuse. Politicians and the media are discussing. It is something that will, someday, become law because it impacts us all. What is the animal abuse register? How do you become involved? In the coming days and months these questions will be answered. As we build and add to this site there will be chances for you to input to us about your views. If you are unsure what the register is about and how it might impact you, watch the below video containing clips regarding the discussion of the animal abuse register by the Green Party. It will answer some of your questions but if you want more information then please visit our Facebook site. Finally if you have not already signed the petition, please sign it and keep updated on our progress.

 

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How you can help stop animal cruelty [video]

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In the background restless voices can be heard, can you hear them? I can hear them. They are calling for a change in Britain and they are calling for a change to the Animal Welfare Act 2006 to provide Animal Abuse Register  with longer sentences for animal cruelty.

Animal abuse does not only impact animals, it impacts people too. There is a link between animal abuse and serious crimes. This does not mean everyone who abuses an animal will be a murder. Nonetheless it does mean, for some, the risk exists. By having a register it will help to track and provide help to those who need it. Also it will help to make Britain a safer and secure country.

How can you get your voice heard about the register? All of us can make a difference. Plaid Cymru are definitely hearing the restless voices and the Green Party are beginning to hear them too . Hopefully soon other parties with hear the voices of those yearning for a register.

The quickest way in getting your voice heard is writing your MP supporting the animal abuse register or attending their surgery to discuss the need for an animal abuse register.  Likewise, take time write the editor of you local paper or sign the petition. If you are a member of a United Kingdom political party raise the issue and keep updated on the progress of the register.

Below is an older video made right before Maxine Berry delivers nearly half-million signatures to DEFRA. By working together we can bring a brighter tomorrow for millions of animals and bring a brighter tomorrow for families across Britain.

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