Home Protection

Greatly water down the right of criminals to sue householders if they are injured whilst entering or moving round householders premises or vehicles. Examples – if a householder puts up barbed wire, or sharps, on a fence or out building, the criminal should not be able to sue for any injury sustained during the act. OR if a domestic pet attacks the criminal in similar circumstances.

Why is this idea important?

Greatly water down the right of criminals to sue householders if they are injured whilst entering or moving round householders premises or vehicles. Examples – if a householder puts up barbed wire, or sharps, on a fence or out building, the criminal should not be able to sue for any injury sustained during the act. OR if a domestic pet attacks the criminal in similar circumstances.

Stop criminalising people who want to protect their homes and families

If a person breaks into a house the law should state that that person must knowingly run the risk of being hurt, maimed or even killed by a person defending themself, their family and their possessions.

The justification for this law should be that the homeowner is being put under extreme stress. In other words 'out of their mind with fear'.

No person under extreme stress must ever be sent to prison for any 'crime' in their own house.

Why is this idea important?

If a person breaks into a house the law should state that that person must knowingly run the risk of being hurt, maimed or even killed by a person defending themself, their family and their possessions.

The justification for this law should be that the homeowner is being put under extreme stress. In other words 'out of their mind with fear'.

No person under extreme stress must ever be sent to prison for any 'crime' in their own house.

Restore our right to bare arms.

After the Hungerford and Dunblane massacres, and most recently, the tagic shootings in Cumbria. Gun laws have come under increasing pressure and scrutiny. Both the Hungerford and Dunblane shootings resulted in gun laws in this country being changed. Restricting the sale and ownership of certain firearms, in an attempt to stop it happening again. It didnt. 

Why is this idea important?

After the Hungerford and Dunblane massacres, and most recently, the tagic shootings in Cumbria. Gun laws have come under increasing pressure and scrutiny. Both the Hungerford and Dunblane shootings resulted in gun laws in this country being changed. Restricting the sale and ownership of certain firearms, in an attempt to stop it happening again. It didnt. 

Defending your property

The law should be tightened up about unwanted people on your property. You have the right under any circumstance to defend & protect your property and anybody on it that you consent to. Anybody going on to private property does so at thier own risk.

Why should you have to think if your actions will be within the law when you are being threatened or intimidated?

I know I wouldn't hesitate if my family or property were at risk.

Why is this idea important?

The law should be tightened up about unwanted people on your property. You have the right under any circumstance to defend & protect your property and anybody on it that you consent to. Anybody going on to private property does so at thier own risk.

Why should you have to think if your actions will be within the law when you are being threatened or intimidated?

I know I wouldn't hesitate if my family or property were at risk.

Convicted criminals – automatic revocation of rights.

Picture the scenario:

 

You're at home minding your own business when a masked gunman storms in. Before he gets time to think, you've bashed him across the head with something heavy knocking him unconscious. 

 

You'd have NOTHING to fear from the law as you were defending yourself, your family and your property. He ends up with brain damage.

 

His tough luck. He'd have no right to sue, no right to a lawyer, nothing. The second he made the decision to break and enter with a view to assault and threaten, his rights were automatically revoked instantly.

Why is this idea important?

Picture the scenario:

 

You're at home minding your own business when a masked gunman storms in. Before he gets time to think, you've bashed him across the head with something heavy knocking him unconscious. 

 

You'd have NOTHING to fear from the law as you were defending yourself, your family and your property. He ends up with brain damage.

 

His tough luck. He'd have no right to sue, no right to a lawyer, nothing. The second he made the decision to break and enter with a view to assault and threaten, his rights were automatically revoked instantly.