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Police chiefs shift on protest guidance a partial success, but still a missed opportunity

May 26, 2022 | Protest | 0 comments Netpol’s campaign for greater certainty about the way demonstrations are policed has brought some success, but big gaps remain. Over two and a half years since it completed a public consultation, the National Police Chiefs Council … Continue reading

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National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) Protest Operational Advice Document. Version 3.3 (April 2022)

Over two and a half years since it completed a public consultation, the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) finally, in April, published the first full version of its new guidance on the policing of demonstrations and public assemblies. This has … Continue reading

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NUJ Scotland welcomes journalists covering COP26 in Glasgow

01 Nov 2021 https://www.nuj.org.uk/resource/nuj-scotland-welcomes-journalists-covering-cop26-in-glasgow.html The union has provided guidance to members covering the conference and climate emergency demonstrations. The NUJ  has provided advice on reporting public order events, and will continue to support members throughout the fortnight. The union is … Continue reading

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Charlie Phillips: why did it take so long for one of Britain’s greatest photographers to get his due?

His photographs of Muhammad Ali and Jimi Hendrix sold around the world. Cartier-Bresson was a fan, while Fellini liked him so much he put him in a film. Yet in the UK, Phillip’s work was ignored for decades by Steve Rose … Continue reading

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One of my favourite photos by one of my favourite photographers

One of my favourite photos by one of my favourite photographers, the legendary Alan Lodge.This was at the White Horse festival, the festival that replaced Stonehenge in ’85 following the unlawful brutal and destructive ambush of the travellers and festival … Continue reading

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