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Wednesday, September 1, 1999 Published at 15:32 GMT 16:32 UK


Fox Hunting: Attack on country life?



Jobs, homes and a whole way of life are at stake if a ban on hunting goes ahead, says the Countryside Alliance. BBC News Online talks to people whose lives revolve around the hunt.


Defending a way of life


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Jobs and homes 'under threat'
The servants of the hunt, and the tradesmen and women who depend on it to make their living feel scared, angered and betrayed.





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