Time to pin it to the glue rabble
BRITAIN is fed up with the chaos caused by eco-idiots.
For too long these zealots have gotten away with inflicting untold misery on hard-working Britons trying to earn a living.
This mob has ambushed ambulances taking patients to the hospital and prevented grieving families from attending the funerals of their loved ones.
They have laughed at the authorities and taken advantage of laws enacted to allow legitimate protest.
So we welcome the government’s tough new measures to crack down on these militants.
As Police Secretary Chris Philp says, the country cannot be blackmailed by a tiny minority who cling to streets or deface works of art.
The Public Order Act will give police officers more powers to keep our highways and roads clear.
But they must be fully exploited.
Peaceful protest is one thing, and we don’t deny that climate change is a big problem.
But by blocking ambulances and fire engines, these eco-anarchists are endangering both lives and livelihoods.
Don’t forget that Extinction Rebellion fanatics also tried to silence the free press by blocking newspaper printers.
And the Just Stop Oil rabble in their designer t-shirts got a free pass to cause as much mayhem as they wanted in London.
Mr Philp is right when he is ordering the police to be much tougher.
Far too few troublemakers have been charged and convicted.
A protester boasted that he had been arrested 22 times.
How can he still walk the streets free to disrupt the lives of others?
First up are law-abiding workers struggling to make a living.
No Andy Pander
PRINCE Andrew knows the rules.
So why is he bothered about losing his federally funded protection team when he’s no longer a working king?
The Duke of York has been stripped of his frontline public duties in the wake of the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal.
He should no longer expect the Home Office to provide 24-hour bodyguards now that he’s leading a gilded leisure life as a private citizen.
It can’t be right that taxpayers foot the bill for elite police officers who accompany him when he embarks on luxury trips, such as his recent trip to Bahrain.
It was once reported that the spoiled prince once ordered his guards to retrieve his stray golf balls.
sorry Andrew All you have to do now is pick them up yourself.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6775703/governments-crack-down-eco-idiots/ We welcome the government’s tough new measures to crack down on eco-idiots