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Still hope for the Hunting Act

Posted 14 May 2010

The League Against Cruel Sports has recently analysed the position of newly elected MPs regarding the possible repeal of the Hunting Act, based on thousands of emails and letters collected over the last twelve months. Encouragingly, it suggests that there may be a majority in the new House of Commons that is opposed to repeal.

While some of this is based on speculation, as not all MPs have specified how they would vote, it is a very positive finding. Please contact your new MP and urge him or her to vote against a repeal of the Hunting Act. Even if you have already contacted them on this issue, please do so again. Now that such a vote is likely to occur, it is more important than ever to show your MP that the majority of the public are opposed to this barbaric 'sport'.

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