AS David Cameron returns to Number 10, the Conservatives plan to offer a vote to overturn a ban on fox hunting. 

The Tories have said they will carry out everything in their manifesto - including a free vote on overturning the 2004 fox hunting ban brought in by Labour.

Jeremy Hunt confirmed the plan on BBC Newsnight but the ban would not automatically be lifted - it means MPs would be free to vote without the party whip. 

Although the vote hasn't actually gone ahead, there has already been an outcry on social media and more than 200,000 people have signed a petition to keep the ban.

What do you think? Should the ban be overturned or should it stay banned? 

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