Members say they were not sent ballot papers after narrow defeat for motion demanding the sport be banned on the charity’s land

The National Trust may be challenged in the courts over the way it conducted a members’ ballot on whether to ban trail hunting on its land.

The motion was defeated by a tiny margin at its annual meeting this month but now hundreds of members are claiming they were disenfranchised through not receiving ballot papers or getting adequate warning of the vote, according to Keep the Ban, which campaigns against bloodsports.

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