Hunting’s reply no surprise

So, the hunting fraternity are incensed by the cruelty-free chain Lush lending their support to the Hunt Saboteurs Association. And how do the hunting fraternity respond? As always with intimidation. Some of the shops throughout the UK had displays of anti-hunting posters and leaflets knocked down, members of staff verbally abused and front of shop …

The hunts are still at it…and so are we

At Lush, we're on the side of the foxes, which is why we are proud to launch our latest campaign against illegal fox hunting. We let out a sigh of relief in 2004 when Parliament finally reacted to the will of the people and passed the Hunting Act, which outlawed the chasing and killing of …

Lush bubble bath to support hunt saboteur campaign

The cosmetics company Lush is launching a bubble bath it hopes will raise tens of thousands of pounds for anti-blood sports activists who sabotage fox hunts. The Hunt Saboteurs Association will be the latest beneficiary of proceeds from Lush, the ethical producer of handmade soaps which has gained a reputation for backing radical protest groups. …

Evil, snarling, red-faced Tory toffs want to bring back fox-hunting!

That’s how the libtard bunny-huggers are going to spin it, anyway, when - as is expected - David Cameron tries to repeal the hunting ban after the next general election. Already, their house journal the Guardian is starting to get anxious about the prospect, as we see from a report today on donations by “bloodsports”enthusiasts …