• The law on public processions is governed by section 11 of the Public Order Act 1986.

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  • Free-speech campaigners have been calling for Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 to be scrapped.

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  • Zimbabwe had failed to reform key laws, like the public order, security and information acts, it said.

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  • His Lordship properly looked at the wording of Section 5 of the Public Order Act and applied common sense.

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  • Officers said notices issued by Sussex Police under the Public Order Act were to prevent disorder, damage, disruption or intimidation.

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  • In 2006, he was sentenced to four years in prison for disturbing the public order, charges supporters say were trumped up.

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  • Police said they were examining possible offences under the Public Order Act.

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  • Accordingly, I am satisfied that the leaflet was threatening, insulting and abusive in terms of section 19 of the Public Order Act 1986.

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  • But meetings and discussions do not come under the Public Order Act and a video on Youtube can spread a message like wildfire around the country.

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  • Veterinary surgeon David Dugdale, 41, from Freckenham in Suffolk: arrested for using threatening words and behaviour and charged with Section 4 of the Public Order Act.

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  • She was charged with aggravated trespass under the public order act after protesters dug up plants and dumped them at the headquarters of AgrEvo at East Wynch, Norfolk.

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  • He should abolish the Public Order and Security Act, a bedrock of repression that has hamstrung opposition, and strike down a media law that has stifled open discussion and dissent.

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  • But shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper pressed the government to produce an "assessment of the impact of Section 5 of the Public Order Act on different groups, particularly on minority groups".

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  • Student George Philip Todhunter Bramley, 20, from Gillingham in Norfolk: arrested and charged for Section 14 of the Public Order Act - breach of cordon and demonstrating in a non-designated area.

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  • Mrs Justice Rafferty ruled that the public order laws cannot be used against campaigners who damage or destroy GM crops if there is nobody who might be intimidated by their activities present in the fields.

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  • "We reviewed the above charges and after careful consideration we changed the charges and proceeded with the charge of common assualt, breaching section 4 of the Public Order Act and being in possession of a firearm, " the statement said.

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  • In December a Moscow court took more than a month to recognize the Stockholm arbitration award and ultimately refused to honor it because it was "in breach of the public order of the Russian Federation, " said the judge in the case.

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  • The reason for this stems back to the Public Order Act of 1986, which states that a riot is an activity during which 12 or more persons must be present together and use and threaten unlawful violence for a common purpose.

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  • Gill-Webb was found guilty of intending to cause the 100m finalists harassment, alarm or distress by using threatening, abusive or disorderly behaviour, contrary to Section 4 of the Public Order Act as well as an alternative charge contrary to Section 5 of the act.

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  • At a time when the president has an unfavorable approval rating, he is simply looking for ways to placate the public in order to avoid embarrassment in the upcoming elections and beyond.

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  • "The issues for the court are whether or not there's a risk of further offending, whether or not there's a risk of interference with witnesses, whether the accused person is likely to turn up, and whether or not there is any risk to the preservation of public order if the person is released on bail, " he said.

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  • So it's always balancing between the maintenance of public order, on the other hand being a real host to the fans.


  • John Catt, who has taken part in demonstrations for decades, has been given leave to challenge the National Public Order Intelligence Unit (NPOIU).

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  • "We believe these management proposals are dangerous and our members are prepared to stand up and fight for the public in order to maintain their safety, " he said.

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  • Once they have a plan in place, Democrats also need to think of an effective way to package it to the public in order to counteract attacks from Republicans who may characterize it as socialized medicine.

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  • "The goal of this event has been to have an open and frank conversation about policing in Belfast, in particular the policing of public order events and the issues surrounding community and police relations, " the representatives said.

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  • Florida reveals the next stage: linking vouchers to the performance of public schools in order to shake up the public-school system throughout the state.

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  • The new Interior Minister Angelino Alfano said it appeared the shooting was an "isolated act" and that there were no concerns for "the general situation of public order in the country".

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  • The former borough and public order commander with the Metropolitan Police said his approach was to tackle anti-social behaviour "head on".

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  • At the same time, he limited the presence of government in management of public sector services like enforcement of the law and maintaining public order.

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