We beg the SNP MPs at Westminster to vote against any repeal of the Hunting act.
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We, the compassionate people of these islands, beg you to ask SNP MPs in the Westminster parliament to vote against any repeal of the Hunting act covering England and Wales.
We know the SNP has stated that they will abstain from a vote on the repeal of the hunting act 2004 because it does not have jurisdiction in Scotland. We also know any vote put to the house of commons is very likely to be a free vote.
With a substantial number of Conservative MPs expected to vote against any act of repeal it seems very likely that the SNP will be the deciding factor.
The barbaric practice of hunting with dogs may well return to England and Wales without help from Scotland.
We beg you from the bottom of our hearts, for the love of all things right, please don't abstain, please vote to keep the ban in England and wales.
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