An animal rights group claims covert footage highlights cruelty, but prosecutors say it cannot be used as evidence.
National Trust urged by shooting organisation to keep estates open for shooting sports.
GWCT survey reveals that paying farmers to feed starving birds is one option to save declining populations in winter.
Lady Gun, Cheryl Hall, shoots 100 English Sporting straight and is the first ever lady to achieve this result.
Every newborn dog will have to be microchipped under new Government proposals to crack down on out-of-control animals.
National Trust cites persecution of birds of prey as reason to consider closing down shooting interests on its land in the Peak District.
The Metropolitan Police’s Wildlife Crime Unit (WCU) is to be given £100,000 a year by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) — the first time a charity…
Lincolnshire Police dismisses claims that disabled man who later shot himself was due to have his weapons removed.
A deal has been struck which brings the possibility of shotgun events being scheduled at future Paralympic Games a step closer.
The House of Commons select committee responsible for monitoring environmental protection and sustainable development has launched an inquiry to examine the scale of wildlife crime in the UK.
BBC announces plan to screen live coverage online of the entire shooting competition at this summer’s Olympics.
Police have seized more than £1,140 of stock from a Dorset gift shop following a complaint from a member of the public about a gun-shaped calculator.
Barry Horspool held police at bay during a 12-hour stand off, following what is thought to have been a visit to question him about his shotgun licence.
There’s a new competition shotgun on the market – the DT 11 from Beretta.
The door is still open for hopefuls to impress the selectors and gain a last minute place at the Olympics. Here we explain the selection process.
Council’s compromise with RSPB could see shooting banned on three-quarters of prime wildfowling stretch of the Solway Firth.
Purdey side-by-side shotgun review: Here we look at a new pair of Purdey side-by-sides whose provenance is interesting; they were made for Ray Ward Gunsmiths by near neighbour, James Purdey.
Landowners and farmers from two areas in Gloucestershire and Somerset are now able to apply for licences to cull badgers as part of the Government’s efforts to tackle the impact…
BASC submission to IPCC asks why the recommendation to refuse killer a certificate was overturned.
Proposed bill to ban under-14s from holding shotgun certificates is thrown out after shooting organisation lobbying.