Would-be MP’s of Winchester were quizzed last week on the ongoing debate over fox hunting.
Martin Tod, Patrick Davies and Steve Brine for the Liberal Democrats, Labour and Conservative parties respectively, were asked their opinions on overturning the five year ban.
Davies stated he was fully against the idea of bringing it back, whereas Brine opposed that it was a bad law and should be repealed. Martin Tod for the Liberal Democrat party also gave his opinion.
[AUDIO: MARTIN TOD]
For now, the law remains a highly controversial issue and one that will no doubt cause many future debates.