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even the police didn’t want these new laws
« on: Feb 15, 2019, 06:10:24 am »
 

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Sajid Javid might hope we’re too distracted by Brexit to notice the sweeping police powers he’s proposing
http://www.thecanary.co/uk/analysis/2019/02/14/sajid-javid-might-hope-were-too-distracted-by-brexit-to-notice-the-sweeping-police-powers-hes-proposing/





With Brexit taking up so much parliamentary time, it’s easy to get distracted and forget that the government can still introduce new laws. Home secretary Sajid Javid might be hoping that this is the case with his new proposals to “tackle illegal traveller sites”. Because not only will the new police powers risk further criminalising the Roma, Gypsy and Traveller communities, they also potentially threaten our right to protest.

There is a widespread perception that the law does not apply to travellers and that is deeply troubling.

The result of our initial consultation was clear – people want to see greater protection for local communities and for the police to be given greater power to crack down on trespassers.[/size][/quote]

The proposals currently under review include: lowering the number of vehicles involved in an illegal encampment from six to two; giving police the power to move people camped by a road; and criminalising trespass when setting up a camp.

But a spokesperson from Traveller Times hit back, saying that even the police didn’t want these new laws:'



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