Staff back hunt protest
STAFF at Swansea cosmetics shop Lush have teamed up with the Hunt Saboteurs Association to stage a hunt in protest about wildlife crime.
Employees dressed as foxes and as animal rights protesters were due to be chased around Whitewalls this morning by colleagues dressed as police officers.
Lush bosses have claimed that the police could reduce their focus on wildlife crime following next month's police commissioners' elections.
They also felt the police's National Wildlife Crime Unit was under-resourced.
Lush ethics director Hilary Jones said: "We were very shocked when we discovered how low their budget is to police the whole of the UK."