London, UK. 29th May, 2017. London, UK. 29th May 2017. Animal Welfare Party candidates Professor Andrew Knight (Maidenhead) and Party Leader Vanessa Hudson (Hackney South and Shoreditch) on the march through London from a rally in Cavendish Square to another at Downing St to tell Theresa May that the public are against having a vote in Parliament on the fox hunting bill. Knight is standing against May in Maidenhead, and the party have a total of four candidates. Polls show that over 80% of the public in city and rural areas are against lifting the ban and many would support stronger measures

London, UK. 29th May, 2017. London, UK. 29th May 2017. Animal Welfare Party candidates Professor Andrew Knight (Maidenhead) and Party Leader Vanessa Hudson (Hackney South and Shoreditch) on the march through London from a rally in Cavendish Square to another at Downing St to tell Theresa May that the public are against having a vote in Parliament on the fox hunting bill. Knight is standing against May in Maidenhead, and the party have a total of four candidates. Polls show that over 80% of the public in city and rural areas are against lifting the ban and many would support stronger measures Stock Photo
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May 29, 2017 - London, UK - London, UK. 29th May 2017. Animal Welfare Party candidates Professor Andrew Knight (Maidenhead) and Party Leader Vanessa Hudson (Hackney South and Shoreditch) on the march through London from a rally in Cavendish Square to another at Downing St to tell Theresa May that the public are against having a vote in Parliament on the fox hunting bill. Knight is standing against May in Maidenhead, and the party have a total of four candidates. Polls show that over 80% of the public in city and rural areas are against lifting the ban and many would support stronger measures and proper enforcement of the 2004 ban. Among those who spoke and marched was Prof Andrew King of the Animal Welfare Party who is standing against Theresa May in Maidenhead. Peter Marshall ImagesLive (Credit Image: © Peter Marshall/ImagesLive via ZUMA Wire)

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