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.
Find out more about the League Against Cruel Sports current campaigns to bring an end to cruelty to animals in the name of sport.
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The League Against Cruel Sports receives no government or Lottery funding for its campaigning work, and relies solely on the generosity of its members and supporters.
The League Against Cruel Sports' blogs are regularly updated so you can keep informed about our campaigns, activities and progress.
A report from last weeks EFRA committee hearing on Greyhound Welfare
Penny Morgan asks; What can be done to stem Trophy Hunting?
Dr Toni Shephard looks at the inherent secrecy of the greyhound industry, its lack of accountability and inadequate legislation has allowed cruelty to flourish unchecked
Graham Cooper, Organic, free-range farmer, challenges the false claim of the fox being a vicious creature which needs to be controlled.
It's rutting season at Baronsdown, the League's wildlife sanctuary
Keith Taylor, MEP talks about EU subsidies for bullfighting, and why they need to end
Looking at the effect on the species targeted by trophy hunting's population dynamics and the effect on local human populations.
The League’s Public Affairs team has had a very busy conference season this year, engaging with politicians on all levels from across the political spectrum
Richard Saunders RCVS Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine takes a closer look at the victims of snaring
League Fundraiser Mike Cook reports on the amazing success of the Royal Parks Half Marathon