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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-48718725
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Grab their arms, restrain them and then call security.
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What about restraining them and if they continue shouting, get between them and the crowd with a megaphone and drown them out, giving them a LARGE portion of their own medicine, but not so loud that it's beyond legal limits.

I noticed that some people use this technique against Tommy Robinson.

The only question is what are you going to say through the megaphone.

I'm sure the audience would appreciate the entertainment until security arrive.
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Even if it's "a harridan from hell"
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Even if it's "a harridan from hell"
yeah, food can make anyone calms down
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apparently its to let them do what ever they want, suppress any urge to actually take action or control for yourself, until the parents(police) can arrive to solve the problem for you.
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Interesting how those who cried about assault when Farage and his chums got a bit milky are now laughing at and justifying actual assault.

Obviously this should be the end of Field as an MP with a prison sentence to come, but will it actually? Somehow I doubt it.
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The correct way clearly is to do it without the world's press watching you.
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Hmm . . .
What's the correct way of getting a lover out of your flat ?
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Just tell them to **** off due to the fact that they are boring, irritating ******s.
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Some people are saying Janet Barker was "brutalised".
Just look at her face in the clip (and after), she knew she was being naughty and was getting what she expected would happen.

Look up brutalised people, they are either distraught or disfigured.
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Picture this:
You are a Conservative minister in a government hated by ≈90% of the country. A (potentially armed) woman, dressed in a political uniform a few weeks after another prominent politician was attacked and a band supported killing Conservatives publically, walks towards you and the Chancellor. Do you:
1) restrain her and stop her from (potentially) attacking the Chancellor
2) let a (potentially) armed woman proceed towards the 2nd highest elected official in Britain, three years after an MP was shot in a similar situation?
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(Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
Interesting how those who cried about assault when Farage and his chums got a bit milky are now laughing at and justifying actual assault.

Obviously this should be the end of Field as an MP with a prison sentence to come, but will it actually? Somehow I doubt it.
Prison? Behave.
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Picture this:
You are a Conservative minister in a government hated by ≈90% of the country. A (potentially armed) woman, dressed in a political uniform a few weeks after another prominent politician was attacked and a band supported killing Conservatives publically, walks towards you and the Chancellor. Do you:
1) restrain her and stop her from (potentially) attacking the Chancellor
2) let a (potentially) armed woman proceed towards the 2nd highest elected official in Britain, three years after an MP was shot in a similar situation?
She clearly wasn't armed. Either you've not watched the footage, in which case do that before speaking of things you don't know about, or you're a liar.

Grabbing an unarmed protester by the throat and slamming her into a pillar is by no means reasonable and it's frankly shameful that right wingers attempt to defend it.

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Prison? Behave.
He's commited an act of battery, which carries a maximum sentence of 26 months, so yes prison.
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Rear naked choke. Humane and non disruptive to the event.
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(Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
She clearly wasn't armed. Either you've not watched the footage, in which case do that before speaking of things you don't know about, or you're a liar.

Grabbing an unarmed protester by the throat and slamming her into a pillar is by no means reasonable and it's frankly shameful that right wingers attempt to defend it.



He's commited an act of battery, which carries a maximum sentence of 26 months, so yes prison.
The point is she shouldn’t have been there, nobody is seriously going to suggest prison for that.
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The point is she shouldn’t have been there, nobody is seriously going to suggest prison for that.
So battery is fine if someone is trespassing is it? Don't think so. Even if someone is trespassing, you cannot use unreasonable force, which Field did.
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(Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
So battery is fine if someone is trespassing is it? Don't think so. Even if someone is trespassing, you cannot use unreasonable force, which Field did.
in Some circumstances yes. For example say somebody is in my house uninvited (ie they are robbing it). Most people think it would be perfectly fine to lamp them round the head.

In hindsight knowing all the info, it might have been over the top, however at the time he could have reasonably assumed her and the other protestors posed a threat. So yes, removing her was correct.
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(Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
Interesting how those who cried about assault when Farage and his chums got a bit milky are now laughing at and justifying actual assault.

Obviously this should be the end of Field as an MP with a prison sentence to come, but will it actually? Somehow I doubt it.
Was Farage committing a crime at the time? No

Was the protestor committing a crime at the time? Yes

Different situation entirely but you know that, you are just trying to make a political point, interesting you did not say:

Interesting how those who cried about a over reaction to a funny event when Farage and his chums got a assaulted are now up in arms about the removal of a criminal. .
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