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Wild Justice launch more legal actions against shooting

Undeterred by recent failures, Wild Justice keeps hurling its legal eagles at general licensing. The anti-shooting campaign group has launched two more legal actions seemingly designed to attack shooting. In a newsletter sent to its supporters, the campaign group said

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The legal challenges faced by the gun trade during the pandemic

As the fallout from Covid enters the courtrooms of the country, Stuart Farr reports on two major cases that might impact your business, and looks ahead at more litigation to come. Those quintessential aspects of trade and commerce—shaking hands on

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Laws around gun customisation with Stuart Farr

Stuart Farr looks at the laws around gun customisation and reveals why for legal reasons the practice isn’t as widespread as it should be. Recognising, of course, the lockdown introduced to address Covid-19 has had an adverse impact on many

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Legal advice for the firearms industry during coronavirus

Stuart Farr investigates the potential legal responsibilities that the firearms industry could face in the wake of Covid-19 disruptions. It’s not all just about shortages of pasta, rice or loo rolls. Personally, I have few of these items left but

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What’s On The Cards?

Stuart Farr takes a break from festive parlour games to speculate over the New Year’s resolutions of Parliament  Quite often we don’t get to see how public figures occupy their spare time when they’re not out and about pressing the

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Calls To Review Gamebird Guidance

BASC is preparing to engage in a Defra review on the way in which the release of gamebirds on or near protected sites in England is managed following a proposed legal challenge. Defra has said this will not result in

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On the flipside with Stuart Farr

Even with all the current political unrest, legally, The Brexit deadline is still 29 March, which means that Stuart Farr will finally be able to give up international trade predictions for lent. The last few months have seen some pretty impressive

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Stuart Farr’s ‘fly on the wall’ observations of goods and services

When it comes to trade deals, Stuart Farr says that sometimes it’s difficult to work out what the fuss is all about. Do we need them? If so, why? I confess the constant reference to them makes me wonder where

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In Your Service…?

When it comes to trade deals sometimes it’s difficult to work out what the fuss is all about. Do we need them? If so, why? I confess the constant reference to them makes me wonder where some people’s motives actually

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Miracle On Watling Street

I don’t do Christmas or New Year resolutions. Nor do I usually announce formal resolutions at any other time of the year. This year, however, I felt the need to make an exception. The media talk of “Deal or No

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