All Blog Posts for The ban on hunting with dogs

Dr Brian May and some of the IFAW UK team were outside the Houses of Parliament
14th July 2015 Philip Mansbridge
We can breathe a (temporary) sigh of relief in the IFAW office today. Some of the IFAW UK team were outside the Houses of Read more »
2nd June 2015 Jordi Casamitjana
English votes for English matters, they say. But what are “English matters," really? From a legal or Read more »
When it comes to hunting, it’s not the foxes who are sly
5th May 2015 Philip Mansbridge
So, election time is here again, the time when big issues such as the economy, the future of the NHS, taxation, immigration Read more »
19th March 2015 Jordi Casamitjana
They say there was no evidence. They say they hunt legally now. They say they now do “trail hunting” (following Read more »
We are calling for a number of necessary amendments of the Act to address this c
18th March 2015 Jordi Casamitjana
Today we received the news that the RSPCA has dropped the prosecution against the huntsman of the Cattistock hunt that was Read more »
It's been 10 years since the Hunting Act came into force.
18th February 2015 Philip Mansbridge
It's been 10 years since the Hunting Act came into force. The 18th of February 2005, for charities like IFAW, was indeed Read more »