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Report on the Hunting Ban Act. This report aims to assess in great detail all the issues that surrounded the Hunting Act 2004, analysing both the issues that lead to the Act and the current debate as the issue is still largely contested.
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Table of Contents
An Executive Summary - p.2
Introduction - p.2
Timeline of the Hunting Act - p.3
Full Contextualisation - p.3
Key Actors - p.4
Key Decisions Taken - p.6
Discussion/Analysis of the Consequences of the Final Legislation - p.8
Conclusion - p.8
Bibliography - p.9
An Executive Summary of the Report
This report aims to assess in great detail all the issues that surrounded the Hunting Act 2004, analysing both the issues that lead to the Act and the current debate as the issue is still largely contested. Firstly, the report will provide a brief historical background of the issues of hunting and the main moral and ethical arguments put forward from both anti-hunting and pro-hunting supporters. The report will then move on to discuss the key role played by opposing pressure groups in the passing of the legislation, and display the ways in which the key interest groups succeeded in keeping the issue of hunting on the political agenda. These key actors will be analysed alongside other key actors ranging from political parties and Members of Parliament to the media. The main decisions made leading to
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