More legislation and greater deterrence will be needed to protect our land and us, as well as animals, from the effects of cruel sports. As the country’s leading anti-hunt charity, we will seek to render the issue of hunting, one that is currently one of the most contentious of any in this country, to being no longer worthy of debate at the next General Election. Our investigative, educational, and campaigning work will ensure we achieve this."

Central to all of this is winning hearts and minds. Our arguments are compelling and our appeal and reach wider than ever. People really love what we do. However, that is not enough. More people are required to stand up and be counted if we are to rid this country of all cruel sports. Therefore, winning more hearts and minds will be our ‘main effort’ underpinning all we do next year. 2021 was brought to you by a dedicated and experienced Board and Staff, all of whom rely on our amazing supporters to provide them the firm foundations necessary to work well. As always, it is a close-knit team effort. Heading up all of this is our Chair, Dr Tim Holmes, who will hand over to his successor later in the year. I salute him for his outstanding service to the League, and for the countless animals now safe from persecution as a result."

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