Paul Piddington, has been jailed for more than 11 years for a string of sex offences committed against four women over a 12 year period.
Andrew Booth, 44, Kirk McGarry, 50, John Horner, 19, George Horner, 26, and Richard Willey, 46, were caught digging at a sett in East Yorkshire in 2017.
The foxhound was killed by a train when up to 15 of the dogs strayed onto railway tracks.
Martin Sims, the charity’s Director of Investigations, has been seen attending a number of point-to-point meets, which raise money for and have to promote the “furtherance” of hunting.
The League Against Cruel Sports, which has dismissed a number of senior figures in recent months, is suffering a split between the hard line activists and the new leadership of the charity, which includes retired
The fox had been trapped in an artificial earth, a series of clay pipes buried in the ground, in a copse between two fields.
The animal was chased and killed near Sturminster Newton, Dorset, by hounds from the Portman Hunt.
Andrew Booth, Kirk McGarry, John Horner, George Horner and Richard Willey were each convicted of wilfully attempting to take a badger, interfering with a badger sett.
A hunting dog was hit and killed by ‘two cars’ after pursuing a fox right beside a busy motorway.
Joseph Whittam, 28, of Langdale Road, Carnforth, was seen on the videos found on his mobile phone urging his dogs on to attack the animals, plus footage of them attacking a gerbil.
A Senior Scottish Tory MSP is facing calls to “firmly distance herself” from a fox hunting group at the centre of a police probe.
A shocking video has emerged of a man allegedly attacking Cambridgeshire-based saboteurs with a hammer.
Lincoln Hunt Saboteurs were filmed being pursued by a tractor tipping manure
A pack of 30 to 40 dogs charged through people’s gardens, chased a herd of deer and mauled a fox to death, the saboteurs claim.
Ten hounds died after an horrific collision involving the pack of hunting dogs and a car on a country road.
Two men are to appear in court over allegations that a fox was killed illegally on a hunt in Suffolk.
A man who assaulted two charity workers monitoring a hunt has been given a suspended sentence after Princess Diana’s eldest sister vouched for him.
Richard Tierney, Robert Tierney and Roger Marley are charged with affray, with Marley also charged with Actual bodily harm (ABH).
Wynnstay Hunt says dogs strayed away from the rest of the pack
The alleged offences are said to have been committed at Weeton, North Yorkshire during a meet of the Badsworth and Bramham Moor Hunt.