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Senedd committee urged to review shooting’s important contribution

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has responded to the Senedd Economy, Trade, and Rural Affairs Committee consultation, asking for an enquiry to be undertaken into the contribution shooting makes to the Welsh economy.   BASC has asked that the enquiry also considers the Welsh Government’s policy towards shooting, following recent correspondence from… Read more »

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The 2010 general election was the tightest for a generation
General election 2010: Britain has a hung parliament

By Ian Dunt Britain has returned a hung parliament after the most dramatic and surprising election night in a generation. All three main party leaders will be disappointed with a night that saw all their expectations thwarted at every turn. General election 2010 results David Cameron failed to secure a majority, although his party came… Read more »

Malik loses out to the Tories in northern seat
General election: Home Office minister loses in Dewsbury

By Sam Dale Home Office minister Shahid Malik has lost his seat to the Tories in Dewsbury. Defending a 3,999 majority boundary changes made the seat a tight notional marginal and a 5.9% swing has ended Mr Malik’s career as an MP. The incoming Conservative MP Simon Reevell was elected with 18,898 votes, a 1,500… Read more »