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Playground antics

From schoolyard to campus, Caroline Roddis explores how anti-shooting groups target youngsters in their formative years. Caroline Roddis is a freelance journalist with a passion for field sports. Her monthly column, ‘Shooting In The Media’, is an opinion article which explores topical

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Bridge of Lies

Caroline Roddis explores the roots of poor journalistic practice that lead to farcical stories such as ‘Puffin-gate’ back in the summer There are many things that keep me awake at night. Brexit is probably top of the list, followed by equally

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Backs To The WALL

Roger Williams reports on the sterling’s fall and recessionary fears ahead of the Brexit deadline London and Wall Street stocks tumble as bond yields shout recession: The UK equities market fell 1.42 per cent on 14 August and dropped again

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Martians and Malware

Prevention is better than cure, says Stuart Farr as he argues the case for greater protection against cybercrime By the time you read this article, we will have sworn in a new Prime Minister and regardless of what political camp

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General consensus

Pest birds are once again covered under a set of new general licences supplied by Defra; but how does the trade view the new legislation?  It appears progress has been made since Defra released three new general licenCes on 14

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Climate change: Stuart Farr looks at the bigger picture

Amid recent general licence frustrations, Brexit uncertainty and controversy at Downing Street, Stuart Farr warns that we should not lose sight of the things that truly matter. Can you imagine yourself for a moment standing on the planet Mars? Assume

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Fame and misfortune

Caroline Roddis takes a break from the ‘Game of Thrones’ walking tour to explore how PR can influence our media. I’m in Croatia at the moment. I’m having a wonderful time, in case you wondered, wandering around Roman ruins and

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Stuart Farr takes a look at the new general licences

Stuart Farr turns ‘mythbuster’ to challenge the ongoing ramifications of changes to general licensing. As news reaches our shores that Australia’s beloved national symbol, the Koala, is now on the verge of being “functionally extinct”, one might be tempted to

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Auction news and big game issues

Diggory Hadoke explores auction trends and the public threats that can impact big game industries. Recently, Gavin Gardiner put up a significant collection of air rifles for sale by internet bidding, prior to his 1 May London auction at Sotheby’s

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‘Hidden gems’ are no longer so hidden, says Diggory Hadoke

‘Hidden gems’ are no longer as elusive as they once were and, as Diggory Hadoke explains, lots from the provincial auctions may be worth the gamble A surprising number of people seem to be buying guns unseen from provincial auctions

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