British Conservatives Seek Hunting Act Repeal

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The Hunting Act of 2004 bans the use of dogs for hunting in England and Wales, putting an end to a long and proud British tradition. Sara Rutherford of the Countryside Alliance in London, England tells Ginny Simone that an entire way of life is under attack, and the Conservative Party is fighting back by pushing a bill to repeal the Hunting Act. Party leader David Cameron has promised victory on this front, and Rutherford discusses the backlash that could result if Conservatives fail to come through.