A reminder of why the 2004 Hunting Act matters

Posted on the 19th February 2010

The Conservative Party has indicated that, should it win the General Election, it will make parliamentary time for a free vote on repealing the 2004 Hunting Act, which made hunting foxes and stags with hounds illegal. The Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, admitted that he used to go hunting.

Please watch this short video, by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), which shows the horrendous cruelty that will return to the countryside if the Hunting Act is repealed.

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We’ve won the Lush prize!

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Posted 21 May 2024

Animal Aid director Iain Green and Head of Campaigns Jessamy Korotoga holding a Lush prize statuette of a hare