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THE PROBLEMS IN ABOLISHING FOX HUNTING

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The Daily Telegraph ran a feature (6 Jan, Weekend, p1) on the implications of James Barrington's arguments - and th...
The Daily Telegraph ran a feature (6 Jan, Weekend, p1) on the implications of James Barrington's arguments - and the political reaction to them - which led him to quit as Director of the League Against Cruel Sports.

The full-page article presents Barrington's analysis of why it might not be easy to abolish fox hunting even with a sympathetic Labour government and like-minded local authorities.

He explains possible effects on conservation - and the potential effects of a rich pressure group becoming more strident and anarchist.
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