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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 10:28 am    Post subject: Sat 26 Sept - Save our Rights Trafalgar Square rally Reply with quote

Save our rights, save our freedoms lets fight for a REAL DEMOCRACY.
This is a group for people who are concerned about the infringements upon our human rights, liberties and freedoms. This is a systematic oppression that has been going on for hundreds of years.



https://saveourrights.uk
https://www.facebook.com/groups/saveourrightsuk/


We do not live in a democracy nor do we have a voice. We will not accept this any more and are going to fight to change the system to a radical new and real democracy.

This was highlighted by the measures the Government took due to Covid-19 but is a long standing systematic issue so while there are many issues with the latest legislation we do not believe it worthwhile to give our energy to fighting each individual little fight and will instead focus on the one big fight.

This is a group for action, while information sharing is useful ACTION is what will make the difference. This will be in the form of protests – physical and otherwise, coordinating media campaigns and connecting with others to reach a wide audience, we need to be strong together. Please try and keep posts on these topics as much as possible.

Hashtags to use – #arealdemocracy #fightforarealdemocracy #theonebigfight #noneedformps #changethesystem

Invite people and promote the group far and wide.

OUR GOAL – to unite the people to take down the archaic and outdated parliamentary model and replace it with a new, radical truly democratic system. We are going to fight the ONE BIG FIGHT and WE WILL WIN.



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

London lockdown: 15k protest in Trafalgar Square & Hyde Park - police & protestors injured
AT LEAST 15,000 protesters have descended on Trafalgar Square to hit out at the Government's tightening of coronavirus measures, leaving at least three demonstrators and one police officer injured during furious clashes.
By Naomi Adedokun
PUBLISHED: 16:46, Sat, Sep 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 16:55, Sat, Sep 26, 2020
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1340283/london-news-trafalgar-square -protest-lockdown-coronavirus-restrictions-david-icke



London: Lockdown protesters gather at Trafalgar Square
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Britons furious with the reinstatement of restrictions have made their way to London's Trafalgar Square for a 'Freedom Rally'. Meanwhile police have also clashed with in London's Hyde Park. The Met Police has warned protesters will "face action" if found putting others at risk by ignoring COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions. The Met wrote on Twitter that it was asking the crowds to disperse because they were not complying with social distancing rules.The demonstration follows the Government's decision to enact measures such as a 10pm curfew for pubs and bars as a means of combating the rise in coronavirus cases.

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Led by conspiracy theorist David Icke, hundreds have gathered in the capital to protest the changes.

Officers penned the crowd in Trafalgar Square and water was thrown at them by demonstrators while crowds also chanted "pick your side" at the officers.

Mr Icke tweeted earlier: "Stand up for your freedoms. I'll see you there."

He has been vocally opposed to lockdown measuresa since the restrictions were first introduced.

In videos posted to Twitter, large groups can be seen congregating around the monument.

It appears that many demonstrators were maskless despite a plea fom police for people to stick to restrictions.

Police removed sound equipment from Trafalgar Square and several protesters were led away in handcuffs.

Another demonstrator was physically carried away from the scene by officers.

The force said: "Crowds in Trafalgar Square have not complied with the conditions of their risk assessment and are putting people in danger of transmitting the virus.

"This has voided their risk assessment and we have informed the event organisers they are no longer exempt from the regulations.

"We are now asking those in Trafalgar Square to leave. Officers will be engaging with crowds and informing them of this development.

"By leaving now, you can keep yourself safe and avoid any enforcement action being taken by officers."

Currently a mask is required when travelling on public transport and upon entering a shop.

However, the World Health Organisation (WHO) advises that face coverings should be worn in public where social distancing is not possible.

The Met Police have stepped up policing operations this weekend due to the planned protests.

The Met say they will "increase their engagement and encourage attendees to disperse".

Earlier, police searched a man and confiscated a makeshift riot shield he was carrying.

The protest comes a week after a separate event which saw more than a dozen officers injured when a "small minority" targeted police and more than 32 arrests were made.

The Met said it had been engaging with organisers throughout the week to remind them of their legal obligations and explaining the events could be in breach of coronavirus regulations.

Officers also warned they will "respond swiftly" to breaches of COVID-19 regulations, and "will not tolerate violence or hostility".

This follows an outburst of violence at the previous anti-lockdown protest at the end of August.

A total of 32 arrests were made for offences including violent disorder, public order and assault on an emergency worker, and two police officers also suffered minor injuries.

Mr Icke, who is due to speak at the rally this weekend, has spouted his thoughts against coronavirus lockdown measures, naming it "the illusion pandemic".

Prime Minister Boris Johnson stressed the importance of the lockdown and its associated restrictions when he annouced the first one in March.

He told the nation in a public broadcast: "The critical thing we must do is stop the disease spreading between households.

"That is why people will only be allowed to leave their home for very limited purposes.

"To put it simply, if too many people become seriously unwell at one time, the NHS will be unable to handle it - meaning more people are likely to die, not just from Coronavirus but from other illnesses as well."



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2020 8:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Government faces 'certain' defeat on Coronavirus Act, says Steve Baker

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Steve Baker, the Chairman of the ERG, leaving a Cabinet Meeting at Downing Street.
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/coronavi rus-test-trace-lockdown-universities-students-superspreader/

27 September 2020 • 5:34pm

The Government is facing "certain" defeat on the Coronavirus Act provided that a Tory rebellion is supported by opposition MPs, a leading Conservative backbencher has said.

Steve Baker has said that he is sure that there will be enough support to force through an amendment which would force Boris Johnson to put all future lockdown measures to a vote in the House of Commons.

"It’s all about MPs having a vote on the Government's policy before it comes into force and takes away people’s civil liberties," Mr Baker told Sky's Sophy Ridge.

“I back Boris Johnson, I want him to succeed. But we do need to share with the Government the burden of decision on these measures and not just come in days or weeks later voting retrospectively on measures that may have then been amended. It’s been a nonsense."

In all, 42 Tory MPs have backed an amendment tabled by 1922 Committee chairman, Sir Graham Brady to require a new Parliament vote as soon as possible on new powers. Mr Baker described the amendment as a "modest proposal".

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