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Pro-hunt campaign – Leon Neal, 2004

17 July 2008

Pro-hunt campaigners dump a dead horse in the streets of Brighton.

It was during the 2004 Labour Party conference. Despite the ban going ahead, no further protests using dead animals took place.

Leon Neal got his first professional press photography job after winning the Times/Tabasco young photography competition in 2003. Following a six month internship, he went on to work freelance for Getty, Reuters and AFP before securing a staff position at Agence France-Presse in London.

Photographer since 2003, EPUK member since 2008.

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