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BASC raises key issues for shooting at Labour conference

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) urged the Labour Party to listen to rural voters at a reception at the party’s annual conference in Brighton this weekend. Addressing shadow Environment Secretary Daniel Zeichner MP, BASC said those who live and work in Britain’s countryside should be listened to on issues such as the… Read more »

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Bold new vision places communities at the heart of deer management obligations

A new vision that will place communities at the centre of efforts to manage deer on publicly owned land in Scotland will be unveiled today (24 September) by a partnership of eleven leading deer management stakeholders. The partnership aims to institutionalise what is being described as ‘community integrated deer management’ by establishing more opportunities for… Read more »

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Davis pitches for Labour vote

Davis pitches for Labour vote David Davis has made an open bid for Labour voters in his unique by-election campaign over civil liberties. Making his pitch in a video interview on Labour members’ website Labourhome, Mr Davis assured a vote for him – while still a vote for the Conservative party – would not be… Read more »

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Radical Islamic preacher dubbed Osama Bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe to be bailed within 24 hours
Radical preacher Qatada ‘to be bailed in 24 hours’

Abu Qatada, the radical Islamic preacher convicted of terrorist offences in Jordan, is to be released on bail in the UK within the next 24 hours. The special immigration appeals commission has imposed a strict 22-hour curfew upon Abu Qatada, who has been described as Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe. A spokeswoman told… Read more »