Shooting Politics, episode 5, 14th October 2009

What’s it like to break into the Chamber of the House of Commons and be tackled by grown men wearing tights? Foxhunting freedom fighter Otis Ferry says what he felt when he did just that during Tony Blairs hunting ban debate and how he surprised he was at public reaction.

Thats not all. Author and journalist Peter Holt tells how the Masters of Foxhounds Association started because of sex. And Shropshire area National Gamekeepers Organisation regional chairman Liam Bell says if it were left up to the EU, there would be a ban on shooting anything.

This 30-minute show was filmed at Harper Adams University College in Shropshire and among the audience was a real live anti! Pour yourself a glass, sit back and enjoy the fun.

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