I had a shotgun licence, for shooting clays, which I handed back when I gave up/lost interest. The requirement for home storage was a steel gun cabinet with two 5 lever deadlocks which had to be secured to a structural wall, or the structural timbers like the joists in the loft. I still have the cabinet as it makes a useful safe for valuables. the police interviewed me when I applied for a licence, came to visit and inspect my cabinet and its installation, and again with an unannounced visit to ensure that the gun was locked away securely.
Compensation? Mental illness/stress after an event like the Plymouth shooting? What about my father, and all the other fathers, sons, brothers etc who came back from WW2 were then demobbed and for whom life just carried on as normal. Where was their counseling, their compensation? Or doesn't war and the associated strocities count as stressful?
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