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A campaign led by

Deborah Frances-White, Femi Oluwole, and Juliet Stevenson

defending the Great British right to protest

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We have a democratic right to be

noisy and annoying

The ability to protest is an essential part of living in a free society.

 

Many of the rights we enjoy today, from women’s right to vote and the two-day weekend to our right to ramble in the countryside, were won thanks to the hard work of past protestors.

Now our right to protest is under threat

The UK Government’s proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will give the police powers to crack down on peaceful protests.

 

Demonstrators that are deemed to be “noisy” or causing “annoyance” could face a fine or up to 10 years in prison.

 

This will make it much harder for people in the UK to express disagreement with the government's laws and policies.