Considering what happens often to people who leave such situations I think this is fantastic.
More laws like this need to be passed to protect those partners and the kids involved.
When I moved to NZ in 1987 I had an Armalite AR-7
which I used to keep in the camper or boat when goofing about, and I had a CDN gun licence.
The cops wouldn't let me bring it into the country, so they escorted me to the post office so I could post it back to my best buddy in Toronto.
Bought at Hercules sales,on Young Street, fun street, back in the day.
I still have my original "Daisy Red Ryder" BB gun.
Every day cops don't wear guns
When people surrender their guns to Police, the bad guys rob the Police station, but then, the Armed Offenders Squad raid all these losers' house and find all kinds weird stuff, so it all works out in the end.
Discount Police tactics.
The loudmouth Aussies.
The British and New Zealanders have a big rivalry with the Aussies when it comes to sport. Not that you'd know: I've already mentioned how Canada is the odd one, the black sheep in the family, when it comes to the sports major Commonwealth countries enjoy.
Still, Australia and New Zealand wouldn't exist were it not for the British Empire.
It seems a little hypocritical you railing against Brexit yet at the same time advocating Canada's secession from the Commonwealth, especially when Canada is a sovereign state despite its membership of the Commonwealth but Britain isn't because of her membership of the EU.
How do you justify your hypocritical stance?