The story of the hunt who made the same mistake twice.
Senior figures within the fox hunting lobby were caught on camera appearing to admit that ‘trail’ hunting is a “smokescreen” for the chasing and killing of foxes. Read more
Our Director of Campaigns, Chris Luffingham, said:
“This is huge. This finally seems to be an admission from the hunting lobby that they’ve been ignoring the law for the past 15 years.
“It’s what we’ve been saying since 'trail' hunting was invented after the Hunting Act came into force in 2005 – that it’s a smokescreen for real hunting.”
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Campaigners from the League Against Cruel Sports took to the streets of Cirencester today to call on the National Trust to stop licensing ‘trail’ hunting on its land. Read more
The plight of a pet cat caught in a snare for six days illustrates why snaring should be banned as soon as possible by the Welsh government Read more
Councillors at Cheshire West and Chester Council have voted to pause ‘trail’ hunting on its land – a move welcomed by national animal welfare charity the League Against Cruel Sports. Read more