House of Commons
BAN ON BULL BARS
Tabled 20 June 2007
This is an amendment to an existing motion
Motion originally tabled by Paul Flynn on 14 June 2007
This is amendment number 1
"at end add `and recognises the sterling efforts of the hon. Member for Newport West in campaigning on this issue over many years.'."
Original Motion Text
That this House warmly welcomes the ban on the manufacture and sale of bull bars from 25th May 2007, punishable by a maximum fine of £20,000 or 12 months' imprisonment; recalls with sorrow the loss of lives and the serious injuries inflicted by bull bars; urges the use of improved non-rigid frontal protection systems; and hopes that manufacturers will never again sacrifice pedestrian safety to the demands of macho fashion.