britain wants a ban!

Petition Theresa Villiers

STOP allowing British hunters to glorify the killing of endangered animals overseas by bringing their ‘trophies’ back to this country to show off as status symbols.

The new Environment Minister Theresa Villiers MP backs the campaign – now it’s time for a moratorium on trophy imports!

The Daily MIRROR backs our campaign

The Daily Mirror this week launched its campaign to ban trophy hunting with a front page spread and an article every day this week



Birmingham NEC reversed their decision to allow companies offering trophy hunt safaris to exhibit after our petition grew, news coverage exploded and so many of YOU our supporters wrote to the NEC asking them to reconsider. As Sir Ranulph Fiennes said ‘it’s a small but important step in the right direction’
Sir ranulph Fiennes
Ranulph Fiennes speaking at Westminster in support of a ban on trophy hunting
Kevin Pieterson
Kevin Pieterson supporting our campaign at Westminster photo Paul Nicholls
Bill Bailey
Bill Bailey supporting the campaign to ban trophy hunting at Westminster
Peter Egan
Peter Egan supporting our event at Westminster photo Paul Nicholls
Our new Ambassador, Elizabeth Fiennes, daughter of Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

Giraffe numbers are falling dramatically, while trophy hunters continue to kill them without restriction. We are calling on CITES CoP18, to uplist these incredible animals to give them some protection. Please sign and share our petition

Judi Dench

A License to NOT kill

Judi Dench has joined a cast of celebrities supporting our call for a ban on trophy hunting.

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The Heat Intensifies on Michael Gove to ban Trophy Imports to Great Britain

in the news

14th June

sick lioness trophy withdrawn from auction

1st June

IUCN and cites influenced by pro hunt lobby

17th May

Trophy Hunting in the spotlight

15th May

The Heat Intensifies on Michael Gove The Canary

13th May

Trophy imports increase

5th May, 2019

Tony Sanchez-Arino the prolific hunter exposed.

Simba’s first days of freedom after a life as a farmed lion bred for the bullet.

Trophy hunting doubles after Cecil’s killing

British hunters encouraged by the killing of Cecil the lion to shoot more big cats in South Africa’s deadly breeding farms.
Independent online reveals

Lord Ashcroft exposes South Africa’s lion farms

Britain’s role in trophy hunting

Your donation will support our investigations to expose the cruelty of trophy hunting, fight the powerful interests behind this immoral industry, and help save innocent animals from being butchered for sick “entertainment”.

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