Home Forums Speakers Corner Is Mc Donnell risking a sedition charge? Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post Is Mc Donnell risking a sedition charge? john bunyan 08:56 16 Jun 2017 Locked Answered See mc donnell If not it seems close to it morddwyd 09:30 16 Jun 2017 So far as I can make out, JB (though I fund newsprint a problem), thai "peaceful" protest has not (yet!) been prohibited. Only if it goes ahead following such a ban would the law be invoked. john bunyan 10:10 16 Jun 2017 Answer Sorry, thread wrong as I had not realised Sedition in UK was abolished in about 2009. morddwyd 13:41 16 Jun 2017 That's alright. We can do him for treason! A one way ticket through the river entrance to the Tower! VCR97 19:10 16 Jun 2017 A "protest" on such a scale would be joined by thousands of trouble-makers whose only purpose would be to commit criminal damage, arson and violence. It would turn into one big riot. This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.