Greg Gianforte signed a bill on Friday that would prohibit law enforcement officials and other state employees from enforcing federal restrictions on most guns
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte (R) signed a new bill into law on Friday that protects Montana residents from encroachment on the Second Amendment by the federal government.What are the details?The law — officially known as the "Montana Federal Firearm, Magazine, and Ammunition Ban Enforcement Prohibition Act" — prohibits state and local authorities in Montana from enforcing new regulations on firearms, magazines, and ammunition that come from Washington.
Parliamentary standards watchdog says it is looking into a possible breach of MPs’ code of conduct
UK cases of the variant have more than doubled in the past week, says Public Health England.
Downing Street succeeds in striking out a claim for a £535 debt it described as being "without merit".
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North and South, the completion of Brexit has moved working-class Labour strongholds into the Conservative camp and some Conservative standbys left.
PM says social distancing will be left up to ‘personal choice’ as he confirms next phase of roadmap will go ahead as plannedLockdown easing in England: what will change from 17 MayCoronavirus – latest updatesSocial distancing and the 1 metre-plus rule could be scrapped next month, the prime minister has suggested, as he confirmed the next step of England’s lockdown easing but said families and friends should think carefully before deciding to hug.
The government is updating guidance in England on personal contact, such as hugging, from next Monday.
The return of socialising indoors and hugging friends and family from May 17 are due to be announced by the Prime Minister at 5pm