Sebastian Payne, Onward Director, writes for iNews on Suella Braverman’s criticism of the Met in regards to policing protests. He writes:
‘The Home Secretary made her reputation by being potent and outspoken, opining on cultural debates that MPs often shy away from. But her direct commentary on the Met’s policing has crossed a line for many Tories who are deeply worried about tone.
Braverman’s intervention included the caustic statement that the Met are “playing favourites” with a “double standard” on policing marches. By directly commenting on the operational nature of the police, drawing dividing lines with their treatment of Black Lives Matter protests, comparing them with the sectarian marches in Northern Ireland, the language risks further igniting an already toxic situation.’
Read the full piece here.
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