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Gun Crime

Put that the Chief Constable of Merseyside had said that there needed to be tougher action against families who harboured gangsters and who used guns, and what were the Prime Minister’s thoughts on it, the PMOS replied that one of the outcomes of the Gun Summit was to look again at making it a crime to pass on a weapon to someone else in the same family. Therefore, that was one of the areas that we were exploring. There would be other areas which we would continue to look at, and the whole point of the Gun Summit last week was to increase the momentum of the different issues.

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