Instead of repealing the Hunting Laws David Cameron might consider strengthening the laws against Fox Hunting.
Before dismissing the above advice he might just consider persuading one of his fox hunting friends to fix it for him to witness the ritualistic killing of the fox by hounds...assuming he hasn't already...then he might,if he's a man with an ounce of compassion, think twice about repealing the fox hunting laws.
Drafting another bill might be the wrong approach to stop fox-hunting once and for all as it would be given the lowest priority,and beside, formulating a loophole proof bill would be time consuming and would not survive the upper classes in the House of Lords.
A better way might be to set-up a council with the remit to issue licenses for culling wildlife on the condition proof is given that the intended pursuit of wildlife is not perceived as a sport and does not disturb other wildlife. We could have a council established by parliament and at the same time distant from parliament where it's performance for policing blood sports can be scrutinized by those committed to ending the abomination.
But perhaps David Cameron is just the messenger and not the master. David Cameron thinks he can show commitment to the REPEAL OF THE HUNTING LAW and at the same time putting it on the back burner,however,the Country Alliance might have something to say about that.