You can find out with BASC’s website to help you lobby your MPs, inspired by their general election politics webpage.
BASC members can now access the politics website throughout the year to ask their MPs about their position on shooting. The BASC in Parliament website will also allow members to access MPs recorded positions, and has already proved incredibly useful as it has recorded over half (55 per cent) the MPs in the new House of Commons support shooting .
Christopher Graffius, BASC’s director of communications, said: “We hope to build on the success of the election website with this new BASC in Parliament website. The website will also help to build on BASC’s all Party Support in Westminster.”
Key members of parliament have already shown their support for shooting by confirming their position with the website, such as: Rory Stewart (parliamentary under secretary of state at DEFRA); Therese Coffey (deputy leader of the House of Commons); Andrea Leadsom (minister of state at the Department for Energy and Climate Change); Elizabeth Truss (secretary of state for DEFRA); and Amber Rudd (secretary for state for Energy and Climate Change) to name but a few.