Repeal the Hunting Act

The Hunting Act is both an unwarranted restriction on civil liberties and an unenforceable law.  It is morally arbitrary (by banning hunting with guns but not hunting with guns), culturally divisive and criminalises large sections of the law-abiding population.

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The Hunting Act is both an unwarranted restriction on civil liberties and an unenforceable law.  It is morally arbitrary (by banning hunting with guns but not hunting with guns), culturally divisive and criminalises large sections of the law-abiding population.