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E-newsletter archive

Bees beat badgers in latest polls

4th October 2019

Council rejects Boxing Day hunt ban

27 September, 2019

Deer, cruelty and a £5000 award...

20 September, 2019

Pigeons, corvids and the future...

13 September, 2019

Pheasants head to Hong Kong in landmark deal

6th September, 2019

Labour returns to class war in the countryside

30 August, 2019

Nothing seems certain except the uncertainty. The politcal look ahead

23 August, 2019

A week of misinformation and class war driven politics​

16 August, 2019

#PuffinGate: Our mission to challenge false journalism

9 August, 2019

Simon Hart steps down as Chairman

2 August, 2019

The new PM’s commitments to the countryside

26 July, 2019

Captive & controlled

19 July, 2019

For the love of hounds

12 July, 2019

The Politics of Prejudice strikes again

5 July, 2019

Conservative leadership candidates must listen to rural Britain

28 June, 2019

The ultimate prize of the countryside

23 June, 2019

Defra reissues licences for pigeon and corvid control​

14 June, 2019

Hope for Hen Harriers

7 June, 2019

Meet the 2019 Rural Oscars Champions

31 May, 2019

Grafton trial sealed with a kiss

24th May, 2019

Common sense Council vote is welcome news

17th May, 2019

Pigeons could join the 'quarry list'

10th May, 2019

Averting a General Licence crisis

3rd May, 2019

Natural England causes chaos with General Licence decision

25th April, 2019

No justice from the BBC

18th April, 2019

Keeping our Countryside Clean

12th April, 2019

Lies, damn lies and petitions

5th April, 2019

Tackling criminals in the countryside

29th March, 2019

Hunting and Hen Harriers

22nd March, 2019

The race must go on

15th March, 2019

Join our Countryside Clean Up

8th March, 2019

Environmentalist nominated as Natural England Chair

1st March, 2019

The next battle for hunting

22nd February, 2019

Charity Commission lacks enforcement

15th Feburary, 2019

BBC shows its bias once again

8th February, 2019

Celebrating another successful shooting season

1st February, 2019

Packham hampers BBC progress

January 25th, 2019

High standards essential to protect shooting

Scottish Government turns on hunting

Gove’s speech points to challenging year ahead

Counting on your support this Boxing Day

Animal rights petitions shrink when subject to public scrutiny

Politics, principle and hunting in Scotland

A tribute to Jill Grieve

Now Government must get a grip on firearms licensing chaos

Game, by Royal Approval

Action plan to combat illegal coursing

Science proves Hunting Act is ineffective

Perception trumps welfare when the media talk wildlife management

All over the country hunts are welcoming new followers this week as part of National Newcomers’ Week

How is hacking emails charitable?

Brexit, Boris and Badgers

Mixed messages from Labour on rural pursuits

Welsh Labour shoots itself in foot

The Future of farming and the countryside

The RSPCA, the BBC and trial by media

Hunting and shooting targeted online

Have Labour still not learned the lesson on animal rights?

Keeping the 12th Glorious

A bright future for hunting

RSPB use hen harrier death to attack shooting

Chris Packham takes cash for BBC access


Labour opposes pheasant shooting in Wales

Why ‘rewilding’ is the wrong debate

Moorland blaze must not be misrepresented

Badgers block the road to common sense

The rise of the British mammal

Were you sabbed by the police?

The ‘warped’ philosophy of animal rights extremists

The way forward for shooting

Bringing the RSPCA to heel

Farming is for food

Chris Packham, the BBC and a death threat

Rural heroes celebrated in Parliament

Defra’s worrying priorities

Firearms legislation: The good, the bad and the ugly

Ban on electronic collars could set dangerous precedent

Can Labour reconnect with the countryside?

Government must listen to shooters before acting on firearm licensing

Two hunt prosecutions fail

Tesco prefers pirates to foxhunters

Research shows hunting is irrelevant to Scottish voters

New faces in vital rural leadership

Labour’s priorities at odds with countryside

Vegan propaganda turns nasty

Celebrating another successful shooting season

Concerns over Animal Welfare Bill grow


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