Tighter controls on air weapons are to be debated in the House of Commons later, after a toddler was shot in the head with an airgun.
Two-year-old Harry Studley still has a pellet lodged in his brain and suffers seizures after he was shot at a flat in Bristol in July 2016.
His parents have been calling for airgun licensing to be introduced.
Now a debate on the use and control of air weapons will be led by Bristol South MP Karin Smyth.
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