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What a moronic diatribe! Have you not read the various stories of animals being scared witless by loud fireworks? I used to keep goats and had to get friends and family round to help to calm the animals on the three, four five or more days in Novemberwhen fireworks are let off. What happened to Bonfire Night on 5th November? They're not asking for a ban, just that fireworks are only let off on one night. Is that too much to ask? As for the comments about horses not knowing what fireworks are - of course they don't! All they see are bright flashing lights and hearing loud bangs that they aren't used to. The fact that your mother had her car kicked by a horse has obviously clouded your judgement. And you have to be fairly close to the animal to get kicked. Using common sense usually avoids these incidents. I am all in favour of public displays of fireworks which are professionally organised. It is irresponsible people letting off fireworks on any given day in November which takes their fancy which annoys me.