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Horsing Around

by | 29th, September 2004

‘WAS it a protest or was it modern art in action?

Send for the hounds

Opinion is a little divided as to what the carcasses of a horse and two calves dumped on Brighton roads were supposed to signify.

We could ponder their artistic merits all day and perhaps a fringe meeting of Labour art lovers will do just that.

But we’d prefer to look at the pro-hunting campaigners who yesterday turned a portion of Brighton seafront into a little bit of the Cheshire countryside.

And the Independent is happy to debate the value of direct action by pro-hunting campaigners that led to a few of their number interrupting the Prime Minister’s speech.

(Before we go on, we should say that it’s testament to new Labour’s inclusiveness that men with plumy accents and tailored suits should mix unnoticed at a Labour conference.)

But who were these three men and one woman who stood and let off rape alarms up as Tony was all set not to apologise for invading Iraq on suspect

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