Alison Hernandez caused controversy by suggesting members of public who own guns could help counter terrorists

A police and crime commissioner who suggested that members of the public who own guns might be able to help counter terrorist attacks in remote locations is to meet her chief constable to discuss the issue.

The Devon and Cornwall commissioner caused huge controversy when she appeared to say that ordinary people with gun licences might be able to help in a terrorist crisis.

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