If there was ever a chance for the government to prove they are serious about restoring civil liberties, then this is it. The hunting act never has or never will work, it is just an assault on the civil liberties of those that either work, take part or just follow the hunt industry.

Apart from the cost to the tax payer and waste of valuable police time, what else has the act achieved since its inception in 2004??

Has it made a change to the welfare of the animals….I think not, there are just more mangy, weak and starving foxes roming the countryside struggling to find their next meal and causing havoc.

Why is this idea important?

To give us back a part of life in the British countryside and prove that Liberty and Livelihood is an important item on the governments agenda.

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