Hunting

His films are overrated, overindulged, and dismal

There are few rabbits to be found on Ilkley Moor

The grey areas of the law: trying to lead a life on the right side of The Poaching Act

Get as many days of game sport as possible because one never knows when the self-righteous will stop it

Shoots must be places of buzzing biodiversity

Richard Negus says the cruel sentimentality of the Hunting Act scars the countryside to this day, but the biggest loser is the animal it purported to protect

Patrick Galbraith enjoys a frustrating day with dog and gun

Patrick Galbraith bags an unlikely deer: a roadkill roe buck

Patrick Galbraith says the rural vote is up for grabs

Patrick Galbraith says hunting would benefit youngsters