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.
Please help us protect British wildlife from cruelty this Christmas.
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.
The Wild Animal Welfare Committee has been created to provide independent advice and evidence about the welfare of free-living wild animals in the UK.
12 years ago today, the Hunting Act was passed in Parliament which made hunting wild mammals with dogs illegal.
It has been great to welcome League members old and new to the sanctuaries over the summer and autumn months.
Will CEOs sleeping out solve homelessness? On it's own, of course not. But by giving leaders and influencers a taste of what it's like, it may give them the much-needed spur to tackle a crisis so many would prefer was swept under the carpet.
We had the science, we had the facts, and we watched expectantly to see how politicians respond to the will of the people.
Compassion for all is the message from the League’s CEO Eduardo Gonçalves, who will be joining other Chief Executives and MPs sleeping rough at Lords Cricket Ground on the night of Monday 31st October.
As we approach the start of the hunting season, our head of field operations reflects on his experiences out in the field last season.
I have seen both North and South Poles, I have seen the peaks of Everest and Kilimanjaro. I know the depth and beauty of the world’s natural environment, and I believe that Britain’s is worth treasuring.