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That this House notes with very great concern the large numbers of people who are injured by the misuse of fireworks; whilst not wishing to end community enjoyment, urges the Government to restrict the sale of the most powerful fireworks; believes that requiring all suppliers of fireworks to the public to obtain permission from the local council would tackle the problems of firework misuse and illegal distribution; and calls on the Government to bring forward proposals for restriction on the times of day that fireworks can be used.
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