Priti Patel’s revenge on Insulate Britain climate protesters is a dramatic curb on our democratic rightsThe ‘criminal disruption prevention orders’ announced by the Home Secretary would mean banning people from protests based on nothing more than suspicion
Yes, it is, but should by allowing one persons rights, should that curb another’s, especially if they are innocent bystanders, surely not.
So by allowing Criminal disruption prevention orders Priti Patel is safeguarding the rights of innocent bystanders. By all means disrupt the Government and any others who are involved, but not innocent bystanders.
Source: Priti Patel’s revenge on climate protesters is a dramatic curb on our democratic rights
Barrister says Home Office’s unwillingness to protect 11-year-old makes a mockery of FGM protection orders
Source: Priti Patel accused of ‘shameful’ bid to deport girl at risk of FGM | Global development | The Guardian
Anthony Bryan’s ordeal was about to be dramatised in a BBC drama, Sitting in Limbo. Then the phone rang, says Guardian reporter Amelia Gentleman
Source: The Windrush generation deserves justice – not video chats with the home secretary | Opinion | The Guardian
GUY ADAMS: Priti Patel was once asked whether she thought she was widely liked by the civil servants who worked for her. ‘Probably not,’ she replied.
Source: GUY ADAMS: Victim of misogyny or just a bully with a vicious tongue? | Daily Mail Online
UNISON assistant general secretary Christina McAnea called for the government to ‘think again’ on the proposed plans, adding that they will cause ‘huge problems’ across the country
Source: New government plans to deny visas to low-skilled workers deemed a ‘disaster’ for care sector : Care Home Professional