foxhunting


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foxhunting

[ˈfɒksˌhʌntɪŋ] Ncaza f del zorro
to go foxhuntingir a cazar zorros
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Members are taking part in the "peaceful protest" at Crawfordsburn, Co Down, as they renew the call for Stormont to ban foxhunting with dogs.
The Prime Minister is inviting a new Parliament to give their opinion and bring out their arguments on the issue of foxhunting.
QUEEN guitarist Brian May has told protesters outside Parliament they had scored "a victory" in keeping the foxhunting ban after the Government postponed a vote on changes to the law.
QUEEN guitarist Brian May has told noisy protesters outside Parliament they had scored "a victory" in keeping the foxhunting ban after the Government postponed a vote on changes to the law.
Which organisation was originally formed primarily to counter the proposed ban on foxhunting in the 1990s?
Weeks after being made Environment Secretary in September the Tory MP for North Shropshire - a foxhunting supporter who keeps horses, chickens and sheep at his home on the Welsh border - suffered a crushing defeat in his crusade for a badger cull to stop TB in cattle.
A FOXHUNTING club run by some of Scotland's top toffs have been exposed for paying a huntsman "slave wages" and forcing him to slop out.
Which English poet and novelist wrote Memoirs Of A Foxhunting Man?
Perhaps then we would have no more arguments about the rights and wrongs of foxhunting, and seagull culling.
WHEN the National Socialists gained power in Germany in 1932, one of the first laws they passed was to ban foxhunting.
More significantly, during the eighteenth century, hunters adopted the fox as respectable prey because it provided a thrilling chase and foxhunting soon developed a high-status following with the associated clubs, rituals, etiquette, and clothing.
The women, who had been watching for illegal foxhunting, had to be treated for shock and bruising.