Tally-ho in Tipperary

Irish hunts say they have seen no financial benefit from the British hunting ban which is due to come into force on February 18, writes Aileen Power.

1st January, 2005

Irish hunts say they have seen no financial benefit from the British hunting ban which is due to come into force on February 18, writes Aileen Power.

The ban is expected to be delayed by up to a year following an injunction application which will be heard in the London High Court later this month.

“Hunts are very strict on numbers, and there is a limited number of visitor places. Farmers won't allow large numbers of...

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