Ask yourself: If that was Texas, would those guys have been able to spend hours, days, shooting people randomly?
Coming up with ways to deal with the threats faced by small drones is among the trickiest problems military and security agencies face these days.
The National Trust is a huge organisation which owns both very large numbers of historic and important buildings and swathes of wonderful countryside.
As horses are being hardened up having spent the summer at grass and the yellow of the stubble fields provide a perfect place to exercise, the anticipation of the start of Autumn Hunting…..
UK soldiers who make up the elite SAS unit, who have risked all for their country in Iraq, Afghanistan, & around the globe, are not beyond the wrath of Britain’s anti-gun extremists…
The case for banning lead ammunition has always been based on exaggerating tiny levels of risk in an attempt to manufacture scare stories.
The Alliance cannot stand by & allow Mr Packham to use the status the BBC has given him to spread propaganda which has a direct impact on the lives of our supporters…
Last week the political pundits, the news media and other big government lovers got a wake-up call they were not expecting, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union (EU).
As the initial, surprised, reaction to last week’s referendum fades a proper analysis of what an exit from the EU will mean for the countryside and rural communities can start to be developed.
Brexit – Making Great Britain great again. People spoke loudly to leave the European Union…
A British MP has been murdered with a “homemade” gun and knife. This is the first MP murdered in 200 years. The last was the Prime Minister in 1812.
Chris Grayling, leader of the House of Commons, made the case for British withdrawal from the European Union, in terms Americans can understand…
OpenWorks Engineering, a group of British engineers, has invented a system that offers security operators a ground-breaking alternative way to defeat nefarious drones; to be displayed at the UK…..
Whilst the current generation of hexamine blocks used by the military offer an air transportable option, their overall quality falls short of what should be expected of modern military-grade products.
February 18th marked 11 years since the Hunting Act 2004 came into force. You’d have thought it would be old news by now.
You may have heard about the proposed amendments to the EU Firearms Directive and the potentially adverse consequences for legal firearm users in the UK…
At the same time the European Union bureaucrats in Brussels are trying to foist further gun controls on the continent, Europeans are exhibiting a newfound interest in acquiring the tools…..
This week we are attending a meeting of the Medical Evidence Working Group at the Home Office, a roundtable at Europe House with Vicky Ford MEP to discuss the Firearms Directive and a…..
You may remember that, in July last year, in the blink of an eye the Scottish Nationalist Party went from a clear and often repeated policy that it would not vote on the Hunting Act because it…..
After a high-profile misuse of a firearm, the new “normal” for anti-gun elites is to tout Australia and the United Kingdom as exemplars of what gun control should look like in the United States.
What a difference a few years—and Michael Bloomberg’s millions—can make.
Before a similar quote was attributed to Rahm Emanuel, former-United Kingdom Prime Minister Winston Churchill supposedly stated, “never let a good crisis go to waste.”
The false finding relies on research carried out between 1960 & 1983, all of which occurred before the current restrictions on using lead shot were introduced in England, Wales, Scotland & Ireland.
It’s one thing to support gun control. It’s another to make it the centerpiece of a floundering presidential primary campaign.
Most of the media attention on President Obama’s renewed calls for gun control has focused on the tone of his remarks, rather than on the substance of what he said.