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Politicians should "stand up" for the "rural way of life" because it is facing its biggest threat for 20 years, according to the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance.

Nick Herbert, who has been Tory MP for Arundel and South Downs since 2005, warned of "an extreme animal rights agenda, and an extreme green agenda" which was taking hold in the Labour party.

Mr Herbert pointed Labour's plans to tighten the ban on fox hunting - set out in the party's Animal Welfare manifesto in the summer - could lead to dog walkers being prosecuted if their pets chase and kill squirrels.

Mr Herbert is revealed today as the new chairman of the Alliance - replacing fellow Tory MP Simon Hart who became a Government...

Politicians should "stand up" for the "rural way of life" because it is facing its biggest threat for 20 years, according to the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance.

Nick Herbert, who has been Tory MP for Arundel and South Downs since 2005, warned of "an extreme animal rights agenda, and an extreme green agenda" which was taking hold in the Labour party.

Mr Herbert pointed Labour's plans to tighten the ban on fox hunting - set out in the party's Animal Welfare manifesto in the summer - could lead to dog walkers being prosecuted if their pets chase and kill squirrels.

Mr Herbert is revealed today as the new chairman of the Alliance - replacing fellow Tory MP Simon Hart who became a Government...

Politicians should "stand up" for the "rural way of life" because it is facing its biggest threat for 20 years, according to the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance.

Nick Herbert, who has been Tory MP for Arundel and South Downs since 2005, warned of "an extreme animal rights agenda, and an extreme green agenda" which was taking hold in the Labour party.

Mr Herbert pointed Labour's plans to tighten the ban on fox hunting - set out in the party's Animal Welfare manifesto in the summer - could lead to dog walkers being prosecuted if their pets chase and kill squirrels.

Mr Herbert is revealed today as the new chairman of the Alliance - replacing fellow Tory MP Simon Hart who became a Government...

Politicians should "stand up" for the "rural way of life" because it is facing its biggest threat for 20 years, according to the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance.

Nick Herbert, who has been Tory MP for Arundel and South Downs since 2005, warned of "an extreme animal rights agenda, and an extreme green agenda" which was taking hold in the Labour party.

Mr Herbert pointed Labour's plans to tighten the ban on fox hunting - set out in the party's Animal Welfare manifesto in the summer - could lead to dog walkers being prosecuted if their pets chase and kill squirrels.

Mr Herbert is revealed today as the new chairman of the Alliance - replacing fellow Tory MP Simon Hart who became a Government...