Transcript of the latest debate in the UK Parliament on gun control

A transcript of the debate on Wednesday night is available here.  Thanks to Derek Bernard for this link.  As he points out in a note, no one in this debate mentions: "The most important and fundamental reasons for ownership of firearms by the public are self-defence and as a bar to dictatorship – many statements made it clear that only serious sporting applications and vermin control are acceptable “good reasons” for having a gun."

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Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

Obviously, these members of Parliment forget that American citizens were begged to donate firearms to the U.K. early in the Second World War for the simple reason that England disarmed it's citizens, and did not possess enough firearms to defend the country from Nazi Germany. All due to the gun control laws that existed at that time.

11/05/2012 1:30 PM  

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