18 December 2019
"On 5 November 2019, the Government launched a consultation to strengthen police powers against roadside Travellers. We need as many people as possible to stand up and fight against the Government’s plans"
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See: How to say ‘no’ to Government’s plan to strengthen police powers against Travellers (Friends Families and Travellers, link):
"The information below shows the possible changes and explains how you can respond to the consultation. These are some of the most harmful changes affecting Gypsies and Travellers for decades – your voice should be heard.
The Government’s plan could:
This will affect anyone who stops on land that they do not own, this includes common land."
Link to consultation: Strengthening police powers to tackle unauthorised encampments (gov.uk, link)
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