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Hunting
30/05/2017 12:58:00

 
 

There have been some press reports about whether the ban on hunting foxes with dogs will be subject to a Parliamentary vote after the election. If there were such a vote it would be a “free vote” in Parliament, meaning the political parties would not take a position. People have asked me how I would personally vote on this issue if re-elected and if it comes up. So in the interests of full transparency: I would vote against any change in the law – that is, I would vote to leave the hunting ban in place as it is currently.

 

 

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