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 …

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Pay-out over hunt saboteurs

DERBYSHIRE police have had to pay out £38,300 in compensation after 11 anti-hunt protesters were wrongfully arrested. Lawyers for the protesters said they were not breaking any laws when, while following a hunt, they were chased and arrested before being handcuffed to each other and forced to walk across several fields. Law firm Irwin Mitchell …

Dog fighting duo facing jail

Two men were told today that they face jail after admitting their part in a dog-fighting ring exposed after an investigation by the RSPCA. Gary Adamson, 38, of Ramsey Crescent, Yarm, North Yorkshire, pleaded guilty to six charges in connection with illegal dog-fighting. Kenneth King, 35, of Main Street, Ragnall, Newark, Nottinghamshire, admitted eight charges …

Wheelton man caught badger digging given suspended sentence

A LANCASHIRE man who was caught badger digging by an undercover RSPCA inspector has avoided jail. Gerard Monk, 27, of Millbrook Close, Wheelton, near Chorley and Paul Billington, 37, of Llydir Lane, Rossett, Clywd, were filmed digging a badger sett in woodland at Sandford, near Whitchurch in Shropshire, in May last year. Both men fled …

TV chef Clarissa Dickson-Wright pleads guilty to hare coursing charge

Television chef Clarissa Dickson-Wright today escaped punishment after she admitted being a spectator at an hare coursing event. Ms Dickson-Wright and the leading race horse trainer Sir Mark Prescott joined hundreds of hunt supporters for two days of the traditional field sport held on farmland near Malton, North Yorkshire, in March 2007. Coursing, in which …