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Kill the Bill protestors target MP’s office

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Kill the Bill protestors pasted posters on MP Siobhan Baillie’s constituency office in Stroud today in a further show of defiance against the proposed new policing bill.

The legislation would give officers greater powers to control protests – including if they are too noisy or cause ‘serious annoyance’.

Posters were also stuck on Stroud’s iconic Four Clocks today.

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Stroud’s Four Clocks Pic: Orla Terhune

Meanwhile, thousands of people gathered in central London to demonstrate against against the bill.

It is the latest in a series of protests against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.

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Pic: Orla Terhune

The bill will be re-introduced to Parliament after the Queen’s Speech, according to the Home Office, with Commons Committee Stage expected to be completed by June 24th.

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