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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The current burst of hot weather in the south west of England has caused an explosion of butterflies on the fields of the League Wildlife Sanctuary.
Scottish Natural Heritage will be carrying out a review of the legislation covering snares in Scotland.
The death of matador Victor Barrio in Spain has cast a spotlight on the so called ‘sport’ of bullfighting.
One of the most endearing sights on Baronsdown at this time of year is the crèche of Red Deer calves.
On our wildlife sanctuaries around Exmoor, the transformation from spring to summer has been really dramatic this year
As the 2015-16 parliamentary session drew to a close, EDM 402 on the use of cages to rear birds for shooting was the 7th most signed that year, with 117 MPs signing it.
Jo was a passionate campaigner, a dedicated MP, and a wonderful person. She was also a strong supporter of the League and a voice for defenceless animals.
The Driven Grouse Shooting Industry must be very worried!
The League is very pleased to see the prevention of wildlife crime as being a key priority in Scotland