If you are interested here is the recording from the commons committee meeting on the Policing and Crime Bill. Relevant parts are from 10:44:22 to 11:02:30. Make sure you are braced to hear an elected representative imply that airsoft players might carry out a terrorist attack (she states that us, the airsoft enthusiasts, might do that. Wow). UKAPU cannot be held responsible for subsequent damage to your phone or monitor. Nice to hear the government minister stand up for our right to conduct our own business as we see fit though.

We were reminded today that the Labour Party could table Lynn Brown’s anti airsoft amendment again at a later stage of the Bill’s passage. At the next stage the whole of the House of Commons is entitled to vote.