Animal rights campaigners hold anti-fur protest inside Leeds Harvey Nichols

Harvey Nichols on Briggate
Harvey Nichols on Briggate
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Animal rights campaigners held a vocal protest against the alleged sale of fur clothes inside Harvey Nichols in Leeds.

About eight members of the so-called Heartless Harvey Nichols group walked into the Briggate department store brandishing pictures of foxes they claimed were being killed for their hides.

A video showed one of the protestors giving a speech outlining their objections.

He was filmed shouting: “It’s not fashion it’s cruelty.”

They spent about two minutes before being escorted outside by shop security staff.

Spokesman Luke Steele said: “In the run-up to the festive season we vow to take centre stage with this issue and call on customers to vote with their feet.

“Our message to Harvey Nichols is clear: fur is not fashion, it is cruelty.”

The owners of Kettley's Andrew Collop his sister Nicola Davison and their cousin David Butler who between then have over 50 years experience of working in the business.

Kettley’s goes the extra mile to support house-bound customers