We work to expose and end the cruelty inflicted on animals in the name of sport
The League Against Cruel Sports was established in 1924 and campaigns to end cruelty to animals in sport.
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Natalie Spencer, bird and wild animal rescue centre and former turkey farmer, believes that foxes are terribly misunderstood and maligned.
Take action - help stop the import of pheasant chicks for sport
Millions of factory farmed are killed on shooting estates each year.
Lions, badgers, whats the difference?
The League held a briefing in conjunction with Conservatives Against Fox Hunting, RSPCA and IFAW for Conservative MPs on the Hunting Act.
EFRA has launched an inquiry into the welfare of greyhounds used for racing.
This week our Vice President, Bill Oddie O.B.E. visited Northern Ireland urging Members of the Northern Ireland Assembly (MLAs) to finally introduce legislation outlawing hunting with dogs
Top restaurants are being urged to remove grouse from their Glorious Twelfth menus
Snaring is a cruel, indiscriminate, outdated and wholly unnecessary practice.
Biased and Inadequate – League slams Defra Report on Game Bird breeding