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Full Report: Family of shooting victims travel to London

The son of one of the victims of the Horden shootings has told ITV News he hopes gun controls will be tightened within months.

Bobby Turnbull's mother, sister and aunt were shot dead in County Durham by Michael Atherton.

At the inquest into their deaths the coroner called for drastic changes to the way guns are licensed, and Bobby travelled to London to try to secure the changes he wants to be made.

Watch the full report from Frances Read below.

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Horden gun control campaign: Home Office statement

The Home Office has issued the following statement to ITV News In response to the campaign launched by Bobby Turnbull for tighter security around granting gun licenses.

"...paying particularly close attention to ensuring intelligence about domestic violence is fully taken into account when police consider firearms licence applications".

– Home Office statement

They have also confirmed that they are considering raising firearms fees and say that changing the guidance around gun control should be completed by the end of this year.

Full Report: Family of Horden victims take their fight to London

A man whose mother, sister and aunt were shot dead last year has been to London to lobby politicians for changes to the gun laws.

Bobby Turnbull met with the Home Office Minister, Damian Green, and asked him to consider his family's pleas for tougher gun control.

Watch Lucy Taylor's report on what prompted his eighteen-month campaign below.

Family of Horden shootings victims in London for meeting

A County Durham man whose mother, sister and aunt were shot dead, is meeting a minister today to discuss gun laws.

Susan McGoldrick, Alison Turnbull and her daughter Tanya Turnbull were killed at a house in Horden on New Year's Day last year.

Michael Atheron, who went on to shoot himself, had legally owned guns despite a history of domestic violence.

Bobby Turnbull is meeting the Home Office Minister Damian Green this afternoon to discuss plans to tighten gun laws.

Gun law meeting for Horden family member

Susan McGoldrick, Alison Turnbull and Alison's daughter Tanya

A man from County Durham whose mother, sister and aunt were shot dead, is meeting the Home Office Minister on 17th June to discuss gun laws.

Bobby Turnbull's family were killed in the shootings at Horden last year.

Michael Atheron, who went on to shoot himself, had legally owned guns despite a history of domestic violence.

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