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Elizabeth Truss reopened the fox-hunting row last night by calling for the ban to be scrapped.
In an interview with the Sunday Express, Ms Truss said the Hunting Act had been a “mistake” and said she would vote for a repeal if Parliament allows time for the issue to be debated.
Ms Truss also defended the badger cull, stating it is “the right approach to deal with the issue”.
Tory MP Liz Truss has said she has "severely reprimanded" a member of staff after an e-mail describing a constituent as "unhinged", intended for Ms Truss, was instead sent to the constituent. Constituent Thomas Ryan had been seeking advice from Ms Truss on an unfair dismissal case.
09/09/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
04/09/2014 on BBC News
09/07/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
02/04/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
23/03/2014 on Pienaar's Politics, BBC Radio 5Live
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