League announces plans for election night

In what is believed to be a groundbreaking move for a charity, the League Against Cruel Sports is launching a major operation to monitor election results as they come in.

Having campaigned for over eighty years to have hunting with dogs made illegal, the League says the overnight project is necessary to ensure the charity is fully aware of any risks to the Hunting Act. Some politicians have pledged to repeal the Hunting Act, and a free vote on the matter has been pledged in the Conservative Party’s manifesto.

The League’s Parliamentary and Political Officer, Joshua Kaile, said: “We will have a team of five people working through the night, updating our records and publishing information online through our website, blog and twitter pages. We have an excellent reputation in Westminster and it’s essential that we maintain this with the new intake of MPs from today’s elections.”

Full coverage will be provided on the League’s website and blog  from 2200hrs this evening.

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