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BASC and Natural England meet to talk wildfowling

BASC has recently organised three Introduction to Wildfowling workshops for Natural England (NE) staff. The events were aimed at equipping NE staff with the knowledge and understanding of wildfowling which would ultimately help them make informed, pragmatic consenting decisions on protected and designated sites. More than 40 NE staff, as well as members of local… Read more »

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Eat Game Awards raises record funds for charity

Eat Game is delighted to announce that this year’s Eat Game Awards raised a record amount of donations for the Country Food Trust. The awards, which took place last week, raised £2,255 for the charity, which was once again selected as our charity of the year. With the Eat Game Awards celebrating the contributions of… Read more »

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The dangers of jumping the gun on AI regulation

Artificial intelligence is the topic on everyone’s lips. Safety risks are increasing as we approach truly transformative “strong” AI systems, models that could outperform humans in nearly every domain. These models could do tremendous good, like helping develop new cancer drugs or solving fusion, but they could also enable catastrophic harm if misdirected. As we… Read more »

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Has sleaze returned to Westminster
Should MPs have a job description?

With a General Election due next year, this is the point in the electoral cycle where our next generation of prospective politicians are busy making their pitches to local party members for a shot at a winnable seat. Writing in the Times recently, former Conservative leader William Hague made the argument that localism is over-emphasised… Read more »