Protect the Hunting Act
The Hunting Act 2004 is an Act of UK Parliament that bans the hunting of wild mammals with dogs – notably foxes, deer, hares and mink, in England and Wales.
Ten years ago labour introduced the act to ban the cruel practice of hunting with dogs, because we believe that causing defenceless animals to suffer in the name of sport is wrong.
The hunting of wild animals with dogs belongs in the dustbin of history.
We the undersigned call upon Chris Skidmore MP to oppose and to vote against any attempt by his Government to repeal or amend the act.
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