However, campaigners claim illegal fox hunting continues.
A Conservative Party vice-chairman warned against re-opening the debate.
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“We have more than enough to occupy parliamentary time with Brexit and all that follows.
“In my view, it'd be folly to waste further time on the issue.” Countryside Alliance chief executive Tim Bonner labelled the Hunting Act “failed”, adding: “We will wait to see what is contained in the manifesto, but every party would agree with the premise that if you don't like a law, campaign against it and take your views to the ballot box.
Only 16% of single Americans say they are hunting for a partner.
That group represents 7% of the entire adult population.The law, introduced by Labour in 2004, bans the use of dogs to hunt foxes and other wild mammals in England and Wales.Sir Roger, seeking re-election in North Thanet, said he would oppose any attempt to repeal the Hunting Act should a free vote take place in the next parliament.“The case for hunting, and the case against the Hunting Act, remains strong, and we will continue to make the case to politicians of all parties.” Eduardo Goncalves, CEO of the League Against Cruel Sports, said: “It’s a shame that Parliamentary time will be spent on trying to make fox hunting legal again."Given that 84 per cent of the public – and 72 per cent of Conservative voters - want fox hunting to remain illegal, this smacks of a small minority with a cruel hobby wielding an inappropriately large influence over the people in charge." He added: "Are we really going to turn the clock back to a time when killing animals for fun was legal?At first glance, the survey results suggest ample targets for Cupid among American adults.