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Try a taste of game during Great British Game Week 2015

| Campaigns, Food and Farming, Game to Eat, Latest News, Press Release, Shooting and Conservation

Game dishes will be served across the country as part of Great British Game Week, 22nd-29th November 2015, which celebrates all that is great about British game meat. The week is aimed at introducing people to the taste of game and providing opportunities for businesses to come together to promote the benefits of buying and…

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Victory for gamekeeper in High Court fight to manage birds of prey

| Campaigns, Latest News, Press Release, Shooting and Conservation

The Countryside Alliance welcomes the judgement of the High Court to overturn Natural England’s decision not to grant a licence to control buzzards to a Northumberland gamekeeper, and congratulates the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation for bringing this important issue to the court’s notice. The Judicial Review at the High Court today (13 November) quashed a decision not…

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Government must work with countryside experts to create practical wildlife law

| Campaigns, Latest News, Press Release, Shooting and Conservation

The Countryside Alliance has responded to The Law Commission’s review of wildlife law published today (10 November 2015) which includes recommendations to consolidate the legislation in England and Wales. In 2010 the Law Commission was asked by Defra to consider Wildlife Law and consulted with all relevant stakeholders before reporting back to the government with these…

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Countdown to Countryside Day at Cheltenham

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The Cheltenham Countryside Race Day (Friday 13 November 2015) is in aid of The Countryside Alliance Foundation and Equestrian Team GBR Don’t miss any of the action from this year’s Cheltenham Racecourse Countryside Day on Friday 13 November, the first day of The Open. Alongside the top class racing action, Equestrian Team GBR athletes –…

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Response to LACS report

| Campaigns, Hunting, Press Release

The League has today (28 October) launched a report into “The Utility of Killing Foxes in Scotland”. Tim Bonner, chief executive of the Countryside Alliance has responded, saying: “This report has been commissioned by the League Against Cruel Sports from an academic who has created many such documents for them over the years, and contains…

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