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Andrew Tyler (8 September 1946 - 28 April 2017) was the director of Animal Aid, the UK's second largest animal rights organization (after PETA) until 2016. Tyler was an animal rights campaigner and journalist for 30 years.
- Big Pig 
- with Peter Webbon. "Should the Grand National be axed for being too cruel?", The Guardian, 4 May 2006. 
- "An Act that has failed to protect animals", The Independent, 17 April 2006. 
- Don't be blinkered to the cruelty of racing, The Guardian, 18 November 2005.
- "Porton Down", Vegan Views, Autumn 2001.
- "Xenotransplantation", Genetic Futures News, undated, retrieved 18 September 2006.
- A National disgrace?, The Guardian, 3 April 2004.
- Animal Aid
- CV for Andrew Tyler, McSpotlight.org; includes Tyler's witness statement to the McLibel case.
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