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What will 2023 hold for climate activists? The trial of seven ‘suffragettes’ may offer clues
Protests in the UK in 2022 saw activists throw soup at paintings and block motorways. Now, as public order laws threaten to remove our right to protest, what will be the effect on those who come before the courts?
Exclusive: Controversial new laws forced through to restrict noisy protests haven’t been used by police
The findings show the law is “unworkable, unnecessary” and not wanted by police, a former senior police officer said
The ‘paramilitary’ tactics used by police to suppress protest
For the last 40 years, protest has been brutally suppressed by the police, finds a new investigation from Matt Foot and Morag Livingstone.