The executive chairman of the Countryside Alliance has resigned from the Lead Ammunition Group
Dominic Griffith reports on an exciting new trophy measuring alliance between BASC and Sporting Rifle, plus takes an in-depth look at last season’s recorded heads
Countryside Alliance chairman Barney White Spunner, in a front-page newspaper interview, has criticised the RSPCA for its recent focus on litigation over animal welfare
Sir Barney White-Spunner, executive chairman of the Countryside Alliance, has urged children to ditch their laptops and try country sports like shooting and fishing.
Figures obtained by the BBC through a Freedom of Information request indicate that there has only been one prosecution under the Hunting Act in the Midlands since the Act came into force in February 2005.
The Countryside Alliance has announced that Sir Barney White-Spunner, the former head of the UK Field Army, is its new executive chairman.
The Countryside Alliance has announced that Jamie Stewart, founder and managing director of Westcountry Wildlife Services, has joined its shooting campaign as a consultant.
Shooting representatives were united in their calls for no ‘knee-jerk’ response from the government with regards to firearms licensing in the wake of the tragic shootings in Peterlee in January.
Countryside Alliance chief executive Alice Barnard has announced she will stand down after a period of notice.
To coincide with the traditional start of the hunt season, the Countryside Alliance has drawn attention to statistics that it says show the Hunting Act is a failure and a waste of police time.