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Ministers urged to ban trail hunting ahead of Boxing Day hunt

Critics say the practice is being used as a smokescreen for illegal foxhunting

Ministers are being urged to ban trail hunting on public land ahead of this year’s traditional Boxing Day hunt, amid concern from critics that the practice is being used as a smokescreen for illegal foxhunting.

In a landslide vote at the National Trust’s annual meeting in November, members voted overwhelming to ban this form of hunting, which was devised after the Hunting Act banned the hunting of foxes with dogs.

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