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"Why does the Labour Party listen to the LACS?"

Countryside Alliance animal welfare consultant Jim Barrington has blogged this week, asking "Why does the Labour Party listen to the LACS?" As the League turns 90, Jim recounts the political history of Labour and the League, writing: "While it's clear that there are Labour supporters who see the anti-hunting campaign by their party as divisive and possibly costly in terms of rural votes, many do not see it that way and cling to simplistic class war-type views. It's only when detailed questions on the validity of the Hunting Act and the party's position in defending it are raised that the cracks show and the hypocrisy becomes apparent." Read Jim's blog in full here

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