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  Countryside Action Thursday 12 September 2002  
The government has just ended it's 3 days of consultation on fox hunting and say they will use the evidence heard to draft his plans for legislation.

A week on Sunday protestors are expected to arrive in London as a climax to the Countryside Alliance's Liberty and Livelihood March, already dominated by the fox hunting debate.
But there are two factions among the pro-hunting lobby. The radicals who favour direct action, the Countryside Action Network and the lobbyists who believe in persuasion by reasoned debate, the Countryside Alliance.
Baroness Mallelieu of the Countryside Alliance and Janet George of the Countryside Action Network join Jenni to discuss.

BBC News: Hunting debate sparks war of words


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