In this guest blog, Scottish Conservative MSP, Edward Mountain, explores the discourses surrounding gamekeeping and countryside management in Scotland.
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.
George Eustice MP appointed in cabinet reshuffle.
Shooting’s contribution to the health of the nation must be recognised and protected.
Following confirmation that a General Election will take place, BASC has relaunched its campaign website.
BASC has condemned Liverpool City Council’s decision to pass an anti-shooting motion as a gross misrepresentation of the shooting community.
Headline priorities include improving air and water quality, tackling plastic pollution and restoring habitats to allow plants and wildlife to thrive.
BASC "will not stand by" to see shooting and British companies impeded by "unscientific and unreasoned motions".
The shooting community has been left with no progression as government fail to ensure medical profession statutory duty in consultation launched by Home Office.