COMMONS

MPs consider lessons learnt from shootings in Cumbria

02 November 2010

This session of the Commons Home Affairs Committee will consider lessons to be learnt from the shootings in Cumbria in June 2010, including the views of witnesses from the event. The session will also cover wider arguments in favour of tighter gun controls.

This is the third evidence session of the Committee’s inquiry into Firearms Control. The meeting in on Tuesday 2 November at 11am in Committee Room 15 of the House of Commons.

Witnesses


At 11am

  • A panel of witnesses personally affected by the shootings in Cumbria

At approximately 11.30 am

  • Mr Jamie Reed, Member of Parliament for Copeland
  • Reverend Richard Lee, Rector of Egremont
  • Professor John Ashton, Director of Public Health, NHS Cumbria

At approximately 12 noon

  • Gill Marshall-Andrews, Gun Control Network
  • Mick North, Gun Control Network

Further Information

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