Thought for the Day: Britain’s Tory Party Leader in Hunting Shock

The professional employed by David Cameron’s fox hunt yesterday became the first person to be charged by police with illegally killing foxes under Labour’s 2004 law.

The move will shock hunting associations which have flouted the Hunting Act since it came into force in 2005.

Heythrop Hunt’s professional huntsman Julian Barnfield, 44, faces three charges.

Tory leader Mr Cameron has ridden with the hunt, in the heartland of his constituency, at least six times and has in the past described Labour’s ban as “bonkers”.

David Cameron’s hunt first on fox killing charge.

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