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The Tories and the hunt – foxed again?

The Tories and the hunt – foxed again?

Ed Creedy July 8, 2017 0

Fox hunting has been a live issue in British politics for over a decade. Since the then-Labour Government voted in a ban on the sport in 2004, the issue of fox hunting has repeatedly

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Why the Conservative Party should drop its support for fox hunting

Why the Conservative Party should drop its support for fox hunting

James Bickerton May 26, 2017 0

There is no doubt in my mind that it’s in the national interest for the Conservative Party to form the next British Government. As I’m a Conservative member this is no surprise, but truthfully

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Save our RSPCA

Save our RSPCA

Andrew Thorpe-Apps October 26, 2013 7

Andrew Thorpe-Apps looks behind the RSPCA’s cuddly image, and finds the charity has entered dangerous territory. When we talk about the RSPCA, we think of the dishevelled, unloved pets from the TV advertisements. As

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In the pink or in the red? The vexed debate on fox hunting continues

In the pink or in the red? The vexed debate on fox hunting continues

Backbencher October 16, 2013 1

It’s autumn, and like it or not, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness signals the start of the fox hunting season. Along with it comes the heated debate about the merits and demerits

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Fox hunting law needs reform

Fox hunting law needs reform

Andrew Thorpe-Apps January 5, 2013 5

The Hunting Act 2004 outlawed fox hunting with dogs in England and Wales. Tony Blair forced the legislation through by invoking the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949, allowing the Commons to over-rule the Lords. The

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