Matt Cross examines how it will take time to make a success of the switch from lead ammunition.
Why the misunderstood life of a ‘working’ dog means so many breeds are missing out on the chance to be rehomed.
BASC Scotland’s public affairs manager, Ross Ewing, explores the significance of the recently announced £1M coronavirus fund to help Scotland’s country sports tourism sector.
BASC Scotland’s Jake Swindells explores how members of the gamekeeping and wildlife management working group are continuing to contend with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr O’Gorman discusses the latest policy developments on lead ammunition.
BASC’s Gareth Dockerty unravels what the government’s announcement on burning actually means and organisation’s work behind the scenes to ensure evidence-led policy.
BASC calls for assurances that consenting applications for shooting are not impeded by SSSI assessment changes in its response to a Natural England consultation.
Another failed judicial review for Wild Justice shows there is no reason to be scared of this radical group.
It’s almost two years since the launch of Wild Justice, but what are the implications of their latest defeat in the High Court?