By: admin Date: 07/28/2016
Vows to Bring Fewer Prosecution in Future
In his first interview since taking over as chief executive, Jeremy Cooper admitted the RSPCA had become "too adversarial" and dragged too many people through the courts under its previous leadership.
Mr. Cooper said that the charity had alienated farmers in its aggressive campaign against the Government's badger cull and disclosed that it would be "very unlikely" to ever bring another prosecution against a hunt.
Read more here: RSPCA boss says sorry for blunders-admits charity too political
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