Live animal exports have been suspended from the port of Ipswich. The owner of the Suffolk port made the decision after lorries full of livestock arrived at Ipswich for the first time in five years on Friday 20 September.
The trade had earlier been banned in Kent following the death of more than 40 sheep
Protesters today vowed to step up their campaign against the export of live animals from the Port of Ipswich.
There are protests at Ipswich port over the export of live animals after the shipments were switched from Ramgate.