Deer

Thomas Alexander shot a buck while hunting in the Ozard Mountains.
Warning: this article contains an image some people may find distressing.
As soon as Theresa May stepped out onto Downing Street, and announced that the country would go to the polls on June 8th
The new designs see four subjects that might be seen as twee, transformed into a much more contemporary reincarnation - the same vision as five years ago. This time I opened up the brief to both country and city life, choosing two icons from each - a bird, deer, red telephone box and black cab.
A 17-year-old has passed his driving test despite killing a deer. Tom Lo, a sixth-form student at Colchester College, hit
A 17-year-old has passed his driving test despite killing a deer. Tom Lo, a sixth-form student at Colchester College, hit
We represent the vast majority of the British public who abhor the killing of animals for 'sport'. People should realise that if they support fox hunting, then they support the violence and gut-wrenching horror described above, and that they are going against the will of the public. And we need police authorities, in some cases, to start taking all this more seriously.
When people think of shooting, for some it conjures up nostalgic images of strolling through the countryside, taking in the views, and a delicious roast at the end of the day. The reality of course is somewhat different. In Britain, the bird-shooting industry is little more than canned hunting. And it is arguably one of the biggest animal welfare issues in the country today.
Unfortunately, the people who want rid of the Hunting Act have friends in high places, and even this weekend we heard confirmation from a Conservative spokesperson that the Government pledge to repeal the Act remains on the table.
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