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Accepting written submissions; the deadline is Monday 8 April 2019.
Evidence given by Claire McParland, Government Relations Manager, RSPCA, Assistant Chief Constable Andy Prophet, lead for Anti-Social Behaviour, National Police Chiefs Council, Chris Kemp, lead for Petroleum, Explosives and Fireworks, National Fire Chiefs Council.
Evidence given by Dr Paul Logan, Director, Chemicals, Explosives and Biological Hazards Division, Health and Safety Executive, Rachel Hallam, Chair of Fireworks Enforcement Liaison Group and Petroleum & Safety Officer, Trading Standards Service, Worcestershire County Council, Edward Woodall, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Association of Convenience Stores, Liz Vann, Chartered Environmental Health Officer, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
Evidence given by Steve Raper, Vice Chairman, British Firework Association, Fraser Stevenson, Director, Absolute Fireworks
Evidence given by Sue Kerr, petitioner