4 Tory MPs host fox hunts
Hunting, Tories

Tories Host Law-Breaking Hunts for Election Support

Fox hunting in the UK is massively unpopular, as reflected in numerous polls. It is widely understood that Theresa May’s statement in 2017, that she was in favour of fox hunting, cost the Tory party valuable votes in the snap election that year. So why have a number of prominent Conservative ministers and MPs recently hosted fox hunt meets on…

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Hunting, Police

Arrogant Hunts Flout Public Safety

As the 2018-2019 hunting season draws to a close we felt it was a good time to reflect on one of the main events in the annual hunt calendar – the annual boxing day hunt meets that take place throughout the UK. Boxing Day meets are considered to be the most significant in the hunting season and viewed by hunt…

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Hunting, Police

Hampshire Police Allow Motoring Offences

The exceptionalism that is applied to people involved in Hunting, throughout the UK, is staggering. While regular members of public can expect to be pulled over, reprimanded and potentially fined for road traffic offences, such as driving without due care and attention or using a mobile device while at the wheel, people engaged in hunting are repeatedly getting away with…

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Hunting, Tories

Geoffrey Cox QC MP Hosts Dubious Fox Hunt

On the 5th of January 2019 our illustrious attorney general, the right honourable Geoffrey Cox QC, was apparently involved in a meeting of the Lamerton Hunt at his property at Willestew near Lamerton. The Lamerton hunt have a dubious history. Back in 2014 huntsman David Lewis, joint master George Moyse, whipper-in Steve Craddock and terrier men Wayne Bartlett, Stephen Mitchell…

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andrew german hunt cunt
Hunting, Police

Cheshire Police & CPS Drop Charges – Again

Andrew German, huntsman with the Cheshire Forest Hunt, has been extremely lucky, thanks to the Cheshire Police and CPS. Back in 2017 he escaped prosecution under the Hunting Act for having been responsible for killing a fox and most recently, in January 2019, he has escaped prosecution yet again, this time for violent assault as the Cheshire Constabulary say there…

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