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Forced into illegality: Home Office health charge pulverises young people's hopes of a normal life

A crushing increase in immigration health charges is destroying the lives of people who've lived here their entire lives.

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  • BASC statement on Home Office proposals

    The Chairman of BASC, Peter Glenser QC, and the BASC political team met members of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Shooting and Conservation from both Houses to discuss action in response to Home Office proposals around licensing.

  • BASC statement on Home Office review of licensing fees

    The Home Officer Minister responsible for firearms licensing, Nick Hurd MP, has announced in a written answer to a parliamentary question that fees for licensing are being reviewed

  • BASC welcomes Home Office changes to licensing

    BASC has welcomed Home Office changes to the application process for firearms licensing as a sensible response to several years of consultation with the association, the police and other key groups.

  • BASC welcomes Home Office decision on EU Weapons Directive

    The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has welcomed the Home Office's decision that firearms dealers in the UK will not have to establish and maintain electronic registers under a new EU directive.

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