House of Commons
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SCRAP METAL THEFT
EDM #2130
Tabled 05 September 2011
2010-12 Session
There has been an amendment to this EDM.
That this House notes with concern the increasing prevalence of scrap metal theft; denounces the recent desecration of the Civilian War Memorial in Portsmouth's Kingston Cemetery and theft of its plaques for sale; calls on the Government to introduce regulations on the buying of scrap metal including measures to ensure no scrap metal is sold without the seller providing verified identification and a full record of each transaction and provisions to make it illegal to make cash payments for scrap metal; and urges the Government to bring in proposals to effect these changes as soon as possible.

Signatures (38)

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