Conservation work by people that shoot is key to the Government’s green economic recovery.
BASC gamekeeper Mike Holliday writes an open letter to Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, to explain how vicious and maligned anti-shooting campaigns are taking their toll on the gamekeeping profession.
From 1 January 2021, UK residents travelling to EU countries with firearms and ammunition will no longer be able to use a European Firearms Pass (EFP).
Leading countryside organisations have urged the Government to support a new blueprint for the shooting sector which aims to deliver a ‘game changing’ benefit for the environment.
BASC is "bringing rural Britain to the gates of Westminster."
BASC’s political officer, Jak Abrahams, describes the parliamentary bird box initiative and what’s next for the project.
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.
BASC's political team meet with Welsh government to discuss the importance of shooting tourism in Wales.
Work is underway to brief MSPs on the available science prior to the amendment being heard.