Pro-Hunt Chairman of Kent Wildlife Trust pressured to resign

Campaigners are calling for Michael Bax, the chairman of Kent Wildlife Trust, to step down from his position with immediate effect after it emerged that he served as Chairman of the Hare-hunting group the Blean Beagles between 1971 and 2005. Not only this but it has also been discovered that Bax’s business, BTF Partnership, sponsored game …

Lord Mancroft claims only hunting associations care about the welfare of foxes

In a speech made to the House of Lords today, the Conservative Lord Mancroft re-opened the debate surrounding the ban on hunting when he suggested that hunting associations are the only groups that care about the welfare of foxes. "My Lords, does my noble friend share with me the confusion about the noble baroness and …

Keeptheban: ‘We will fight tooth and nail to ensure fox hunting is NEVER legalised

In May 2015 we launched the Keeptheban movement, harnessing the overwhelming public support for the ban on hunting. 2 years later and we are proud to have amassed over 230,000 followers, greatly surpassing the Countryside Alliance but is this really any surprise? If there's one thing that being a part of this campaign has made …

The debate on fox hunting shouldn’t even be up for discussion

The 'Make Hunting History March' on Bank Holiday Monday not only provided ocular proof of the overwhelming public support for the ban on hunting, but it demonstrated the ridiculousness of the debate even being up for discussion. In a country that prides itself upon being a nation of animal lovers it is inconceivable that the …

BBC fails to report on biggest animal rights march in recent history

On Bank Holiday Monday, thousands of compassionate people descended upon the streets of London to voice their support for the ban on fox hunting, deer hunting, and hare coursing. The 'Make Hunting History March' followed Theresa May's public announcement that the Conservative Party intends to hold  free vote on repeal of the Hunting Act. The …

London to play host to one of the largest anti-hunt demonstrations in British history

On Monday 29th May, London will play host to one of the largest anti-hunt demonstrations in British history. Since Theresa May's announcement on 9th May that she intends to hold a free vote on repeal of the Hunting Act, and has 'always supported fox hunting', animal rights groups and campaigners from across the country have …