Do we have the right to protest? What are we allowed to do, to show we don’t approve? And is it right to disrupt other people’s lives and businesses to make our point? The arrests during the coronation showed the new powers police have to deal with demonstrators, but are they too draconian, or just a reasonable response to the new disruptive ways protesters have found to draw our attention to their cause? David Mead, professor of human rights law at the University of East Anglia tells Phil and Roger what they now can and can’t do to make their point.
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