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Firearms Control

Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 14 December 2010.


Oral Evidence

Taken before the Home Affairs Committee

on Tuesday 16 November 2010 (Morning)

Members present:


Keith Vaz (Chair)
Nicola Blackwood Steve McCabe
Mr Aidan BurleyAlun Michael
Mr James ClappisonBridget Phillipson
Lorraine FullbrookMark Reckless
Dr Julian HuppertMr David Winnick


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CONTENTS

Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Assistant Chief Constable Sue Fish, ACPO lead for the criminal use of firearms, Paul James, Head of the National Ballistics Intelligence Service, and Matt Lewis, Acting Head, Knowledge and Communications, NABIS, gave evidence.

Question Numbers

200-220

Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Assistant Chief Constable Sue Fish, ACPO lead for criminal use of firearms, Paul James, Head of National Ballistics Intelligence Service, and Matt Lewis, Acting Head, Knowledge and Communications, NABIS, gave evidence.

Question Numbers

225-237

Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Mick Fidgeon, Firearms Office Manager, Essex Police, Chief Constable Craig Mackey, Cumbria Constabulary, and Assistant Chief Constable Adrian Whiting, ACPO lead for firearms and explosives licensing, gave evidence.

Question Numbers

238-269

Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Dr John Canning, GP in Middlesborough and Chair, Professional Fees Committee, and Professor Vivienne Nathanson, Director of Professional Activities, British Medical Association, gave evidence.

Question Numbers

270-291

Examination of Witness

Witness: James Brokenshire MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for crime prevention, Home Office, gave evidence.

Question Numbers

292-313


 
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