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Two thousand schoolchildren ‘learn moor’

More than 2,000 schoolchildren were treated to an upland educational experience during this year’s Let’s Learn Moor events. Talks and interactive presentations were provided by those who live and work in the uplands including gamekeepers, farmers, conservationists, local organisations and the emergency services. Now in its fifth year the project continues to offer local schools… Read more »

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Government trophy hunting inquiry a win for conservation, says BASC

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has described the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Select Committee inquiry into the Government’s Animals Abroad Bill as a ‘win for conservation’. The EFRA Select Committee’s inquiry announced today (2 July) that they will look at the government’s proposals on so-called ‘trophy hunting’ and whether the… Read more »

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Tonight's vote will be 'very,very close'
Liberty: Full weight of govt machine against us

Tonight’s vote over 42-day detention is going to be “very, very close” with the full pressure of the government machine being brought to bear, civil liberties campaigners are saying. Speaking to politics.co.uk at a protest outside parliament yesterday, Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty, said: “It’s going to be very, very tight. “We’re still hopeful, but… Read more »

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Terrorist attacks such as the one in London on July 7th 2005 could be repeated, the report warns
Government failing to crackdown on extremist material online

Islamic extremists in the UK are “one step ahead” of the government when it comes to using the internet, a think-tank has said. A report published by the Centre for Social Cohesion today looks into how extremists have used the internet since the government’s post-July 7th security crackdown. It claims there are several websites where… Read more »