The Hunting Act attempts to restrict the basic freedom of British men and women to carry out thier traditional way of live on thier own land and the property of their friends. It is not about animal welfare – it has not saved the life of a single animal, indeed it has increased animal suffering by forcing pest controllers to use less humane methods. The Act was not enacted legally as the Parliament Act was used to ignore the misgivings of the Upper Chamber. A clear misuse of this proceedure to force through a "free vote" issue.
To totally repeal The Hunting Act and restore the basic freedom of country people to go about their normal way of life.