BB ban - they can cost lives

POLICE, schools, and local councils are today uniting to try to drive ball bearing (BB) guns off the streets of Suffolk.After Ipswich Council's announcement that it had changed the terms of its market licence to ban their sale on the Cornhill, the move has received backing from across the town – with the exception of a stall-holder who says he will be forced out of Ipswich.

POLICE, schools, and local councils are today uniting to try to drive ball bearing (BB) guns off the streets of Suffolk.

After Ipswich Council's announcement that it had changed the terms of its market licence to ban their sale on the Cornhill, the move has received backing from across the town – with the exception of a stall-holder who says he will be forced out of Ipswich.

For full story see tonight's Evening Star…

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