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Fox hunting ban looks inevitable
dublin | animal rights | other press Dé Céadaoin Samhain 17, 2004 20:53 by Ciaran Long - Association For Hunt Saboteurs pagan_animal_liberation_front at hotmail dot com
A ban on fox hunting in England and Wales now looks inevitable after MPs rejected a last-ditch compromise.
As the fox hunting ban looks like it's going to go ahead in England and Wales, how much longer will it take before Ireland follows suit? With more and more hunt sabs groups developing around the country and the Farmers Against Fox Hunting (FAF) being in action for the past couple of years, the hunters in Ireland are now panicing. So much so that they've even brought an America investigater over to try and get information on the groups opposed to hunting. Red coats queing at our dole offices will be an interesting and satisfactory sight.