The Scottish Parliament have voted to give further protection to mountain hares in Scotland following the last-minute amendment proposed by Green Party MSP Alison Johnstone.
BASC will not be silenced following legal letter from Bradford City Council.
Significant action is being called for as levels of management have dropped as a result of lockdown measures.
Government minister tells parliament that shooting is permitted.
The publication of the Scottish Government’s roadmap through and out of the Covid-19 crisis is ‘a welcome step’, says BASC.
This advice sets out a clear marker for police forces to follow clarifying some of the confusion that has been evident in the last week or so.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP, chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Shooting and Conservation, provides an insight into his work in Westminster and shares his views on what the shooting community must do to ensure a sustainable future.
BASC has updated its advice for shooting, work on shoots and pest control in England.
BASC’s interpretation of the newly issued government guidance is that deer stalking can be undertaken in England from Wednesday.