More Countryside Alliance Hypocrisy
It’s healthcare and housing that rural voters care about, not foxhunting
“We ran the polling … and again fox hunting was not a priority. The issues that really matter in rural areas are access to hospitals and healthcare, local transport and affordable housing. Only 1 in 20 mentioned hunting as a priority.”
Tim Bonner, Countryside Alliance CEO, The Times, November 25, 2019
“We are spending more money directly on hunting now than at any other time since the ban.”
Tim Bonner, Countryside Alliance CEO, Horse & Hound, June 27, 2019
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FROM THE ARCHIVES
Just as predictable as badger baiters claiming they were only ‘hunting rabbits’ are the articles and letters by James Barrington regurgitating his past.
The Sunday Mirror has learned that a letter sent by the Masters of Foxhounds Association (MFHA) to 800 hunt masters and chairmen warns of a nationwide “shortage of foxes”
The Western Daily Press reluctantly reveals why it believes two of the top men at the Countryside Alliance must go.