Was Keir Starmer complicit in removing our right to protest?

Keir Starmer: how does he feel about the UK monarchy? The flags might be a bit of a giveaway…

Once a pillar of the Establishment, always a pillar of the Establishment?

It seems that Keir Starmer could have stopped the Public Order Act that allowed the police to stop peaceful protests against the coronation of Charles III before they even happened – or at least delayed it.

But the evidence suggests that he decided not to:

If that’s right, then I can only agree with Richard Murphy’s comment on it:

The right to say, peacefully, that Charles was not a person’s chosen head of state was denied. And I hold Keir Starmer amongst those responsible for that. It might have been Tory legislation, but in the end Labour enabled it. We saw the consequence yesterday.

Source: The Tories might have removed the right to protest but Labour let it do so

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5 thoughts on “Was Keir Starmer complicit in removing our right to protest?

  1. Jonathan Lisle-Summers

    Keir Steer-Klear Starmer, a pillar of the Establishment. He wishes.
    No, what he actually is, is that folded, damp beer mat that keeps the Establishment’s Top Table level.

  2. flttymartyn

    Nothing would suprise me where Starmer is concerned….This proven liar, fraud, deceiver and backstabbing snake, is a total disgrace!

  3. Hecuba

    Starmer is a power hungry would be fascist despot. How dare he order Labour Peers to abstain from voting re the Public Order Bill. Starmer’s party is now a fascist clone of the fascist tory party!

    Unfortunately far too many individuals continue to believe the fascist tory lies claiming that ‘we live in a democracy!’ Anyone thinking of engaging in a peaceful demonstration needs to remember they will be arrested, handcliffed and thrown in a police cell and not released for at least 25 hours! Habeas Corpus is now defunct!!

    Long live fascist little england!

  4. Gabrielle Hector

    this man is an armhole no credibility at all a weather vane! but he cannot see the way that the wind is blowing and he is in for a surprise

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