8th July 2016 – Tory party leadership challenger Andrea Leadsom has told the Countryside Alliance she has “no plans to change the current regime” of firearms control in the UK.
1 July 2016 – Michael Gove, MP for the Surrey Heath constituency, is standing for the leadership of the Conservative Party as the pro-Brexit candidate.
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.
5 May 2016 – Members of Labour’s shadow cabinet are supporting a Labour tax on all shooters, as tabled in the Policing and Crime Bill 2016.
Britain, the EU country pushing hardest to support the EU plan to ban all semi-automatic firearms, has got a British politician appointed as rapporteur for the firearms review.
Prime Minister David Cameron has set Britain against the free countries of the EU by backing the EU’s proposed semi-automatic firearm ban – pitting him against his own MEPs and his party’s allies in the EU.
Shooters hoping for help from the Conservative Party’s MEPs are doomed to disappointment, it appears, after messages to voters revealed that Tories plan to back the upcoming EU gun ban plan.