Shooting and Conservation

“Labour Protecting Animals” pledge – we seek clarification

| Campaigns, Shooting and Conservation

As reported in last week’s issue, the Labour Party has launched a “Protecting Animals Pledge” which makes some confusing statements on issues including “shooting estates” as well as snares and raptors. Countryside Alliance Director of Shooting Adrian Blackmore has since written to Shadow Environment Secretary Maria Eagle MP asking for clarification on several of the…

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2015 General Election Manifesto

| Campaigns, Communities and Business, Consultation and Lobbying, Fishing, Food and Farming, Hunting, Latest News, Mobile and Broadband, Press Release, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

Ahead of the May 2015 General Election the Countryside Alliance has launched its manifesto which it will use as a tool to communicate with all parties and candidates to put the countryside’s case. The manifesto is presented under five headings: digital communications; food & farming; rural communities; rural services and wildlife management. Under each heading…

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CA response to Law Commission’s Consultation on Wildlife Law

| Campaigns, Consultation and Lobbying, Shooting and Conservation

The Countryside Alliance’s Response to the Law Commission’s Consultation on Wildlife Law. The Law Commission is yet to respond to the consultation and we will keep supporters appraised of the Commission’s views.  Law Commission Consultation on Wildlife Law Introduction The Countryside Alliance welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Law Commission’s consultation on Wildlife Law….

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