We work to expose and endthe cruelty inflicted on animalsin 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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Here at the League, we’ve been following the increasing death toll of raptors in Ross-shire with sadness.
If the coalition Government want to bring back hunting they need to come clean and have a free vote on repealing the Act as they have promised.
The Government needs to be open and honest about its intentions on an amendment to the Hunting Act.
League Chief Executive, Joe Duckworth, calls for the Prime Minister to come clean and let people know if the Government plans to bring back hunting
Help us Keep Cruelty History
Marking the end of our fabulous #FoxyFeb with a visit to the Fox Project
Hopefully many of you will have noticed the League’s month long campaign ‘Foxy Feb’.
The League Against Cruel Sports teamed up with the RSPCA and IFAW in parliament to celebrate and reflect on the Hunting Act anniversary.
What will the New Year mean for the controversial badger cull issue?
All animals killed in the name of sport suffer horrible and needless deaths, but the killing of a golden eagle in the Angus Glens is particularly repellent.