RIP Your Right to Protest, 1839 - 2005

A number of people have been arrested for protesting on the lawn outside Parliament. This has, until recently, been a right of every British citizen since 1839. This reminds me of Ghandi's Satyagraha.

Anyone visiting the area should wear a "politically vocal" t-shirt, sit on the lawn, eat your sandwiches, and take photographs (all of which, is now illegal).

Submitted by coofercat on Sun, 2005-08-07 22:56