Theresa May: ‘There won’t has become a vote on fox hunting during this parliament’
Prime Minister Theresa May has fallen plans to hold a voting time the fox-hunting banning during this parliament.
The Reactionary promised a voting time repealing the Hunting Act – which censors the use of dogs to hunt foxes and wild mammals in England and Wales – during the 2017 general election campaign.
But Mrs May told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show there was a “clear message” against it from the public.
It comes as the cabinet of ministers to be prepared reshuffle her cabinet on Monday.
In July, shortly after the government lost its majority in the election, it backed away from the manifesto promise, saying there would not has become a poll comprised until at least 2019.