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Gun politics in the United Kingdom generally places its main considerations on how best to ensure public safety and how deaths involving firearms can most effectively be prevented. Unlike in the United States, there is practically no modern organised gun rights lobby in the United Kingdom, and little debate between pro-gun control and pro-gun ownership advocates. These two situations create what is believed to be some of the strictest gun legislation in the world. In Scotland, since power to legislate on firearms was reserved to the UK Parliament under the Scotland Act 1998 that established a …mehr

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Gun politics in the United Kingdom generally places its main considerations on how best to ensure public safety and how deaths involving firearms can most effectively be prevented. Unlike in the United States, there is practically no modern organised gun rights lobby in the United Kingdom, and little debate between pro-gun control and pro-gun ownership advocates. These two situations create what is believed to be some of the strictest gun legislation in the world. In Scotland, since power to legislate on firearms was reserved to the UK Parliament under the Scotland Act 1998 that established a Scottish Parliament, this has led to tensions between Westminster and Holyrood with the Scottish Government wanting to enact still stricter laws. Northern Ireland has the most relaxed laws on firearms. In Northern Ireland, owning a firearm is legal and firearm certificates are regularly issued by the Police Service of Northern Ireland providing that it is for self-defence and the particular person will not endanger or harm the public.