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.
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.
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.