Theresa May has renewed her pledge to hold a free vote on overturning the ban on fox hunting.
Last week the Prime Minister sad she was "in favour" of the controversial activity, which has been illegal since 2004 after legislation was introduced by Tony Blair's Labour government.
"As it happens, personally I have always been in favour of fox hunting, and we maintain our commitment, we have had a commitment previously as a Conservative Party, to allow a free vote," she said.
The prospect of overturning the ban has angered animal welfare campaigners, who argue that fox hunting is a "barbaric and brutal" practice.
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