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The beginning of the game season has been marked in Britain for centuries with the first arrival of wild grouse or venison lovingly transformed into grand feasts each August.
But, for many, shooting, stalking and hunting game is an antiquated practice associated with the upper classes and, in recent decades, the marking of the Glorious Twelfth has coincided with the dusting-off of placards calling for it to be scrapped.
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