‘It Changes Nothing’ Insulate Britain’s Liam Norton Claims New Laws Won’t Stop Protests | GMB

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New laws to ensure the police have the powers they need to manage the dangerous and highly disruptive tactics used by some protestors were set out in today’s Queen’s Speech.

We are joined by Insulate Britain’s Liam Norton who claims, ‘These new laws are a waste of time – we will continue to make noise and protest until we are heard. Go ahead and get tough but it is pointless. We need to be extreme otherwise nobody will listen to our message.’ As well as Dominique Samuels who argues that police should have more power to stop ‘eco-terrorists’.

Broadcast on 11/05/22

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