Fox hunting law change call for Wales
Powers over hunting with dogs should be devolved to Wales, according to the MP for Brecon and Radnorshire.
Roger Williams said controlling foxes in Wales was completely different to controlling them in most parts of England due to the land's geography.
He said the current law, which allows two hounds to flush out a fox to be shot, was not enough and hunting with packs of dogs would be better.
But Julie Morgan AM said there was no appetite for the legislation to change.
The two debated the issue with BBC Wales' Vaughan Roderick on the Sunday Supplement radio programme
15 Feb 2015
- From the section Wales