Read Conor O'Gorman's blog following the inclusion of plans for new animal welfare legislation in the Queen's speech in parliament yesterday.
The Government has announced an interim licensing scheme for gamebird release on and within 500 metres of European Protected Sites.
BASC has pledged to work with the newly-elected Scottish Government to ensure shooting's interests continue to be fully represented in Holyrood.
Ahead of the Scottish elections on 6 May, Ross Ewing breaks down the party manifestos to expose how their policies will affect shooting and conservation.
With only 10 days to go until the Senedd elections on 6 May, we bring you everything you need to know from the main parties' manifestos.
From outreach work with schools, to generating cross-party support in parliament, BASC's bird box project continues to go from strength-to-strength.
BASC's Scottish and Welsh manifestos seek to ensure that all parliamentarians from all parties recognise the value of shooting in Scotland and Wales.
BASC has announced two major online Scottish Parliament election hustings for Scotland’s shooting community as May’s poll date draws nearer.
Over 100 Scottish country sports businesses have received a share of a £1m recovery pot following intervention from BASC and the SCSTG.