Do YOU support peaceful protest, even if it disrupts your schedule?

It’s a good question – and the answer should not be for members of the public to physically assault the protesters. Or should it?

That’s what MPs and journalists debated on the BBC’s Politics Live. Some of the opinions here may be abhorrent to many viewers – but if you are a protester, it’s good to know how others see you and what they would like to do!

Here’s the clip:

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5 thoughts on “Do YOU support peaceful protest, even if it disrupts your schedule?

  1. Tony Dean

    What I don’t support is idiots gluing themselves to roads and delaying stopping emergency vehicles in the process.

  2. Nicholas Fisher

    BBC ‘balance’ – not one person on there representing ‘Just Stop Oil’. This is why I no longer watch BBC News or current affairs programmes, or indeed, on any of the MSM.

  3. banjaileyJan Bailey

    Yes I do. People who complain about disruption are usually those as yet unaffected (or have their head in the sand) It is essential that marches and protest are permitted. The whole point is to draw these issues to the attention of the aforementioned head in sand brigade

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