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(p. 496) 19. Freedom of assembly and public order 

(p. 496) 19. Freedom of assembly and public order
(p. 496) 19. Freedom of assembly and public order

Neil Parpworth

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date: 27 February 2020

This chapter considers laws governing freedom of assembly and public order in the UK. The discussion covers rights and freedoms, breach of the peace, the Public Order Act 1986, racially or religiously aggravated public order offences, the control of processions and assemblies, and demonstrations in the vicinity of Parliament.

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