The fox hunting ban

Campaigns calling for the fox hunting ban to stay in place.

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  • Cornwall MPs MUST vote to Keep the Ban
    It's important to the people & the wildlife in Cornwall to KEEP THE BAN! Being torn apart by dogs is barbaric & not 'humane'. Our wildlife deserves to be protected & defended!
    1,779 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Leah Browning Picture
  • Call to Scottish MPs to vote against the repeal of the Hunting Act 2004
    Following the 2015 General Election and the success of the SNP, it is vital that all the elected MPs take a part in the voting to get the voice across for our wildlife.
    513 of 600 Signatures
    Created by Robert Pownall
  • People of Bedfordshire against fox hunting
    Our MP Andrew Selous is not listening to his constituancy who are AGAINST fox hunting. We demand that he represents OUR views & not his.
    334 of 400 Signatures
    Created by Nina Cole Picture
  • People of Hemel against Fox Hunting
    Our voice is not being heard by our MP and we'd like to change that!
    946 of 1,000 Signatures
    Created by Kelly Pedlar Picture
  • Chris Skidmore - Vote to keep the ban on fox hunting
    Hunting wild mammals with a pack of dogs causes unnecessary stress. There is no reason why, in this day and age, such outdated methods should be used to hunt any animal. Foxes in particular are iconic as part of the British natural fauna and are relatively peaceful animals. There are better methods and measures that can be used to stop foxes from damaging livestock and farmland than the way proposed by pro-hunt campaigners. The act of chasing a fox with a pack of dogs is barbaric and has no place in our society. Voting to repeal the hunting act would also be an affront to democracy. Polls from YouGov, Ipsos Mori and The Mirror show that the majority of the public want to keep the hunting ban in place. If there is to be any vote on the repeal of the hunting act, the public should be consulted via a national referendum. If this condition cannot be met, then the ban should remain in place. You can see the poll results below: https://yougov.co.uk/news/2015/01/09/british-people-still-support-fox-hunting-ban/ http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2012/dec/25/britons-fox-hunting-ban-survey https://www.ipsos-mori.com/researchpublications/researcharchive/3315/Hunting-Poll-2013.aspx http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/fox-hunting-back-agenda-says-5665629 We, the people of Kingswood, ask that you, Chris Skidmore, vote to keep the hunting ban over the course of this next parliament.
    192 of 200 Signatures
    Created by Daniel Johnston Picture
  • DO NOT repeal the fox hunting ban
    In a modern, civilised society, there is no place for this grotesque and cruel pastime. The previous government banned the practice, but the new government is planning to legalise hunting foxes using dogs. This is a barbaric and outdated activity that should stay where it belongs - in the past. We have a choice in this life, we can be kind, or we can be cruel. I think the choice is easy...
    107,277 of 200,000 Signatures
    Created by Dave Babb Picture
  • Make it compulsory for foxhounds to be muzzled
    Foxes are being killed regularly by foxhounds belonging to hunters that are claiming to be trail hunting. The foxhounds should be muzzled so they do not cause any "accidental" harm to foxes or other wildlife.
    3,758 of 4,000 Signatures
    Created by Mark King Picture