You Tube | June 11, 2008

Brian Haw began a protest against the sanctions on Iraq in Parliament Square, London on June 2nd, 2001.

7 years later, he is still there.

Although there are many laws that cover violent protests, there was no way for the Government to stop this peaceful protest.

The Serious Organised Crime and Police Act was passed in April, 2005, in an effort to stop Brian, but his protest started before this law – so he is exempt.


In fact, everyone is.

The European Convention on Human Rights states:

Article 10 – Everyone has the right to freedom of expression.

Article 11 – Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly.

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