The Luton MP is calling for tough sentences for those convicted of gun crime in the town. After the tenth shooting this year, Labour MP for Luton North Kelvin Hopkins described the situation as "very serious and very worrying."
Mr Hopkins says it's a minority of people involved in violence crime and the town is friendly and welcoming. He's called for anyone with information to secure convictions to come forward to help police.
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