Repeal the Law on Hunting with Bows

Please repeal the law on hunting with bows as it is no more dangerous than hunting with guns and if done correctly under license it is just as humane as if it was done with a gun. With regards to wounding of animals there is always the possibility of wounding when hunting. We are happy as a society to keep farm animals in appalling conditions so we can have cheap food but will not allow a small amount of people to hunt game as humans did for thousands of years. I would like to hunt large and small game for food under license without the hassle of owning a gun. It requires more skill and is not easy so it would not mean loads of idiots wondering the country side loosing of arrows everywhere. The main opposition would be from existing gun hunters who would see it as a threat to there sport not from animal rights groups. License hunting with bows and let us hunt the old sustainable way.

Why is this idea important?

Please repeal the law on hunting with bows as it is no more dangerous than hunting with guns and if done correctly under license it is just as humane as if it was done with a gun. With regards to wounding of animals there is always the possibility of wounding when hunting. We are happy as a society to keep farm animals in appalling conditions so we can have cheap food but will not allow a small amount of people to hunt game as humans did for thousands of years. I would like to hunt large and small game for food under license without the hassle of owning a gun. It requires more skill and is not easy so it would not mean loads of idiots wondering the country side loosing of arrows everywhere. The main opposition would be from existing gun hunters who would see it as a threat to there sport not from animal rights groups. License hunting with bows and let us hunt the old sustainable way.

Repeal the Hunting Act 2004 and all other legislation that criminalises hunting with hounds

Repeal the Hunting Act 2004. Repeal the Badger Act. Remove the Polecat and Otter from list of protected species under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Remove the Otter from the list of protected species under the Habitat Regulations 2010 and the EC Habitat Directive.

So that those who wish to hunt with hounds may do so.

Why is this idea important?

Repeal the Hunting Act 2004. Repeal the Badger Act. Remove the Polecat and Otter from list of protected species under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Remove the Otter from the list of protected species under the Habitat Regulations 2010 and the EC Habitat Directive.

So that those who wish to hunt with hounds may do so.

A repeal of the hunting Act

The hunting Act should be repeled as it has proved to be unworkable, illiberel and a waste of Police time. It has given animal rights activists credence with the police as they aasume the position of monitors thinking that they are an extension of the Law, when they have publicly ststed that if tghere is a repeal they will revert to "sabbing" full time.

Let us hope that if and when the time comes for repeal, that this Government will not waste the hours on it that the former administration did and also take heed of the reports submitted on hunting especially that of Lord Burns.

Why is this idea important?

The hunting Act should be repeled as it has proved to be unworkable, illiberel and a waste of Police time. It has given animal rights activists credence with the police as they aasume the position of monitors thinking that they are an extension of the Law, when they have publicly ststed that if tghere is a repeal they will revert to "sabbing" full time.

Let us hope that if and when the time comes for repeal, that this Government will not waste the hours on it that the former administration did and also take heed of the reports submitted on hunting especially that of Lord Burns.

A repeal of the Hunting Act.

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?

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.

Repeal the Hunting Act 2004

The Hunting Act was the single largest waste of Parlimentary time during the last Government. It was not introduced to improve Animal Welfare but simply camouflaged as such to hide the true Class discrimination that was so blatantly behind it. Not only is it unworkable but it Crimalises Law Abiding Citizens and wastes Police and Courts time to placate those people who believe that everydoby who rides a horse in the countryside is a "Toff" .

It has been shown by a Government Enquiry that it has no purpose and no evidence was given to prove Hunting is less Humane than any other methods of controlling the numbers of animal species that no longer have natural preditors.

Why is this idea important?

The Hunting Act was the single largest waste of Parlimentary time during the last Government. It was not introduced to improve Animal Welfare but simply camouflaged as such to hide the true Class discrimination that was so blatantly behind it. Not only is it unworkable but it Crimalises Law Abiding Citizens and wastes Police and Courts time to placate those people who believe that everydoby who rides a horse in the countryside is a "Toff" .

It has been shown by a Government Enquiry that it has no purpose and no evidence was given to prove Hunting is less Humane than any other methods of controlling the numbers of animal species that no longer have natural preditors.

Repeal the Hunting Ban Law

This Law was the largest single waste of Parlimentaary time of the last Government. It criminalised Law abiding people to satisfy the Class Discriminating people who consider anyone on horseback to be Toffs. It had nothing to do with animal suffering that has been proved to not be caused or increased by Hunting.

Why is this idea important?

This Law was the largest single waste of Parlimentaary time of the last Government. It criminalised Law abiding people to satisfy the Class Discriminating people who consider anyone on horseback to be Toffs. It had nothing to do with animal suffering that has been proved to not be caused or increased by Hunting.

Repeal the Hunting Ban Law

This Law was the largest single waste of Parlimentaary time of the last Government. It criminalised Law abiding people to satisfy the Class Discriminating people who consider anyone on horseback to be Toffs. It had nothing to do with animal suffering that has been proved to not be caused or increased by Hunting.

Why is this idea important?

This Law was the largest single waste of Parlimentaary time of the last Government. It criminalised Law abiding people to satisfy the Class Discriminating people who consider anyone on horseback to be Toffs. It had nothing to do with animal suffering that has been proved to not be caused or increased by Hunting.

Repeal 2004 hunting ban!

it was an important and long-standing tradition to the British countryside and its people.  It served a purpose, created jobs and kept a number of rural infrastructures up and running that were very important to the local communities. 

Why is this idea important?

it was an important and long-standing tradition to the British countryside and its people.  It served a purpose, created jobs and kept a number of rural infrastructures up and running that were very important to the local communities.