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Last Updated: Monday February 14 2005 14:37 GMT

Some people against fox hunting

Fox hunting debate

Most members of the House of Commons. In 2002, 362 MPs voted to change the Hunting Bill in order to ban fox hunting. This included MP Tony Banks who first suggested the change.

Only a few members of the House of Lords. Baroness Fookes, who is a involved with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty Animals (RSPCA) and Lord Judd voted to ban hunting.

Most Labour MPs including Mike Foster, Tony Banks and Gordon Prentice.

The Campaign for the Protection of Hunted Animals (CPHA). Three animal welfare groups joined together to form the CPHA. They are: The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty Animals (RSPCA), the League against Cruel Sports and the International Fund for Animal Welfare.