This video from Scotland says about itself:
Jedforest Hunt illegal fox hunting footage
On June 29th 2017 two members of the Jedforest Hunt in the Scottish Borders were found guilty of illegal fox hunting. This footage captured by League Against Cruel Sports Investigators was crucial in securing this verdict.
By Ceren Sagir in Britain:
Thursday, December 27, 2018
Rural residents overwhelmingly reject hunting with dogs
The League Against Cruel Sports (LACS) revealed that 91 per cent of rural residents think that observing nature reflects countryside values, while only 16 per cent believe hunting with dogs reflects countryside values.
Only 4 per cent said they ever participate in hunting, compared to 63 per cent who observe wildlife at least once a month.
Other popular activities included walking or hiking, running, cycling, horse riding and visiting pubs.
LACS campaigns director Chris Luffingham said: “Hunting is claimed by a minority to be a cornerstone of country life.
“Modern day countryside values are based around respect for nature, not the abuse of nature for entertainment. This polling confirms that we are a nation of animal lovers and that hunting needs to be consigned to history.”
The figures were released on Boxing Day hunt meets, which are under increasing scrutiny by local councils and campaigners concerned about the targeting of wildlife.
Despite hunting with dogs being banned by the Labour government in 2004, the LACS has had over 100 reports of suspected illegal hunting since the beginning of the season in November.
Labour has promised to toughen the ban on hunting with dogs in England and Wales, saying it will consult on jailing those caught breaking the law.
Shadow environment secretary Sue Hayman said jail terms would put penalties on a par with those for other wildlife crimes.
Currently the most severe punishment available is an unlimited fine.
ANTI-BREXIT campaigner Jolyon Maugham QC has baffled the country after announcing on Boxing Day that he beat a fox to death with a baseball bat while wearing his wife’s kimono: here.