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When Police use “Obstruction” use Rice v Connolly

When Police use “Obstruction” use Rice v Connolly

 Often when the public question the police they use obstruction as an excuse to arrest or shut down the questioning. Obstruction has to be with intent and this case law can be very helpul.     Rice v Connolly Obstruction of the Police. An important case for limiting the scope of ‘obstruction’, by saying that you could […]

News from Stop Smart Meters UK

News from Stop Smart Meters UK

~ You don’t need a majority vote to refuse a smart meter. ~ — Hello! If you are not following us on Facebook, Twitter or via our News feed, here are some links you might find interesting: 1. On Saturday, the Telegraph published a must-read article that is ideal to share with unaware friends and […]

Keep Talking Newsletter: May 2015

Keep Talking Newsletter: May 2015

Dear Colleagues,   Keep Talking / Berkshire 9/11 Truth Movement Analytical Newsletter. This issue covers three months of the British General Election campaign, and it’s about a single issue: a Fifth Column that is stifling debate over crucial issues of foreign policy. We have, effectively, a one-party state in Britain today – and probably across the […]

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