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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Response by the League Against Cruel Sports
Why the League is supporting Hen Harrier Day on 10th August.
In many shoots, game bird rearing is done in an industrial scale using industrial methods.
Cats in particular are being targeted by thugs who enjoy shooting animals for fun.
The League reacts to Channel 4's dog fighting documentary
The Scottish Government’s independent commission on land reform, the Land Reform Review Group, reported recently. The document it produced – The Land of Scotland and the Common Good - included some heavy criticisms of the shooting industry, as well as some radical proposals for land ownership in Scotland.
Help raise international awareness of the cruelty of the Pamplona bull running festival.
Calls to remove headlining act from Glastonbury line-up over hunting controversy
Cross Party Group on Animal Welfare meets to discuss issues relating to the wellbeing of animals.
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