In his latest blog, BASC’s political and press officer in Scotland, Ross Ewing, explores how the glorious benefits of grouse moor management in Scotland are firmly in the public interest.
In this blog BASC’s Political and Press Officer in Scotland, Ross Ewing, reflects on the Scottish Green Party’s performance over the last few months, in which they have actively ducked scrutiny to satisfy their divisive agenda.
In this blog BASC Scotland's Ross Ewing explores the significance of assurances given by the Scottish Government to sporting businesses contending with Coronavirus disruption.
In this blog BASC’s Political and Press Officer in Scotland, Ross Ewing, explores the fundamental importance of engaging with politicians from all political parties.
All game shooting enthusiasts can recall their first shooting season. For most, the proud memory of shooting your first bird – be it a pheasant, partridge or duck – is one that stays with you forever.
In this blog BASC’s political and press officer in Scotland, Ross Ewing, explores what BASC is doing to tackle online defamation.
BASC Scotland’s Ross Ewing explores the vital importance of politicians being able to meet with organisations of all persuasions.
Following the publication of the ‘Werritty review’ into driven grouse shooting, BASC’s Ross Ewing reviews the evidence given by Professor Werritty to a cohort of MSPs.
BASC Scotland's political and press officer, Ross Ewing, writes about the recent review into driven grouse shooting and the impact it may have on UK shooting.