30 June 2016 – The Countryside Alliance has warned that despite Britain’s vote to leave the EU last week, the EU gun ban diktat may be foisted on us after all.
30 June 2016 – BASC is warning that the Waidwerk blank-firing revolver, commonly used for launching dog training dummies, has just been outlawed.
30 June 2016 – Home Secretary Theresa May, who was one of the strongest supporters of the EU gun ban in the EU Council, has announced she is running to become leader of the Conservatives.
30 June 2016 – A Midlands vacancy has opened up for a ballistics expert.
28 June 2016 – A PhD student with links to the discredited Gun Control Network pressure group has been writing academic articles about firearms regulation in the UK, presenting her distorted and untruthful claims as neutral and objective fact.
28 June 2016 – After Great Britain voted to leave the European Union last week, will our government continue trying to rubber-stamp EU diktats into law even though they will soon no longer apply to us?
24 June 2016 – David Cameron has just announced he is resigning as prime minister after losing the EU referendum vote.
He did not set a precise timetable but said he would be out of office by October, the Tory party conference. He said the next leader of the Conservatives would have the responsibility of triggering Article 50, the UK’s formal exit from the EU.
Before the referendum Cameron promised to remain in office and invoke Article 50 immediately.