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20
Feb
11

We will be back

We will be back

It has been a while since we updated this blog. We have decided we wish to find a new service that is more interactive which is also less demanding with time. Formating articles and images takes far to long and it hinders responding to key events quickly.

However Fox In Parliament has gone from strength to strength and along with our main organisation of Support the Hunting Act (BAN) UK you will be hearing plenty more of us this year. Expect to see a relaunch of our Fox in Parliament blog and to be an even bigger pain to the hunting lobby and David Cameron.

In the meantime you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook, see links on the right hand side. We will add a note when this blog will close and give info on the new one. We do not have a date for that yet but we are building many teams this year in parliament and internaly for the lobby and a new blog team is firmly on the cards.

To mark our progress and politics we are hosting a high profile conference to help answer the questions needed and to set the tone for Where Next for the Hunting Ban. From here we will firmly be rasing the game against cruelty and making it clear repeal of the hunting ban is not on and will not be supported by the wider nation.

Thank you to all who have read these articles and left comments, this is not goodbye as we will be back and will be a much stronger voice on the web.

If you would like to become a member of our campaign/political animal lobby then do get in touch, just send an e-mail to back.the-hunt-ban@inbox.com We are always looking for talented individuals to help the lobby and to help at events. So if your passion is stopping animal cruelty returning and you are a member or supporter of the Labour Party then contact us today.

Support the Hunting Act (BAN) UK and Fox in Parliament is a new force in the animal world but with the twist that we are not just a campaign but a political animal lobby as well. Our goal is protecting our wildlife and in ensuring those who support the most are elected.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Gary Hills / Campaign Director.

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28
Aug
09

Welcome to the launch of ‘Fox in Parliament’

Welcome to ‘Fox in Parliament’

What will make this blog different from the thousands in the blogosphear is that this blog is part of a wider campaign Support the Hunting Act (Ban) UK. We are sure we are not the first campaign to use a blog in this way and we hope by doing so will encourage others.

You will find that we are anti hunting, anti animal cruelty and firmly against the Conservative Party especially David Cameron. We are also pro Labour and happy to be so….only by ensuring Labour wins at the next election can we protect the hunting ban and see it strengthened where needed.

www.freeDigitalPhoto.netYet, why a blog….well we believe in democracy and fair debate, so these pages are here to widen the concerns of the public and to inform. There is much the public are not told by the media and press so we want to make a level playing field. We will be bold and we will not hide from being controversial against those who seek the return of bloodsport.

With this blog we want to create information that informs and challenges attitudes. In the coming weeks the number of people on the ‘Fox in Parliament’ Team will grow and we do expect a few Labour MPs and Parliamentary candidates to join in. The debate will not just focused on Fox hunting though it will be a theme for sure. The issue is much wider as you will discover, issues of law and order, police procedure, court precautions, violence by those that hunt, the media coverage or lack of it, political interference by those that support it. Denial of democracy, denial of animal cruelty and the wider implications to Britain’s standing in the world if the hunting ban is lost, to name but a few.

For a suggested list of the topics our team will be writing about, go to the ‘Fox in Parliament’ Team link.

Animal cruelty is just that, you can not hide it under false names or pretend to “licence” it, in the hope nobody will notice. The pain and suffering of animalsIt's also about democracy do not stop just because David Cameron and the hunting lobby are trying to con the public. They may think a bit of gloss will imply that they can still hunt without cruelty. The reality of course it is utter rubbish to even suggest it, if you kill an animal using dogs it is cruel.

For that is the difference, are we as a nation going to allow people who kill for fun to set the agenda. People who show no respect to our democracy or our values? People who dictate through David Cameron what should happen to our wildlife? We think not and we hope that through these pages and the wider campaign you will add your voice against Cameron and his friends in the hunting lobby.

The excuses of those who hunt and those who support them are endless. We can however stop them from gaining cruelty back. Use these pages and if you want to do more then join us and also the Labour Party. Use your voice to speak out and say no to Cameron and no to the hunting lobby.

Animal cruelty only happens because good people do not speak out.




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