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Anti-annoyance fears ‘utter nonsense’.

Anti-annoyance fears ‘utter nonsense’.

Home Office minister Norman Baker has dismissed concerns that the Government’s proposed new anti-social behaviour law could curb free speech and catch ordinary people such as street preachers and carol singers.  In a letter to MPs last week, Baker rejected concerns raised by Reform Clause 1 (RC1) – a new campaign group backed by The Christian Institute and other civil liberty organisations seeking to reform Clause 1 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill.

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