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This is out of control.Fucking punk cops. It takes a half-dozen of them to take down one single defenseless and non-aggressive white man. Just like a pack of niggers! And they attack him for not wearing a mask!
remember in febuary when we thought chinese were crazy doing the takedowns of people being outside and allegedly welding people inside?
Just in the past few days we've seen this cop behavior in the US, Germany, and UK. So I really do not want to see anymore "thin blue line" and "blue lives matter" bullshit from normie patriotards. Why do they still have so much reverence for institutions that have been completely taken over?Fucking punk cops. It takes a half-dozen of them to take down one single defenseless and non-aggressive white man. Just like a pack of niggers! And they attack him for not wearing a mask!
And while they're mob-attacking him, I guarantee more coronavirus germs are being spread around within that melee than any non-existent germs the original maskless man was spreading while totally keeping to himself.
30 fookun cops for a mask....100k kids assraped by pakis you can't find a cop
1. Stay at home
You must not leave or be outside of your home unless where permitted by law. This may include:
Fulfilling legal obligations
You may also leave home to fulfil legal obligations.
Meeting others and care
You can leave home to exercise outdoors or visit an outdoor public place (see section 3).
You can leave home to visit people in your support bubble indoors or outdoors, including to stay overnight with them.
You can leave home to meet outdoors with one other person, who is not in your support bubble. If doing so, you can be accompanied by a child under 5 or a disabled person who requires continuous care.
You can leave home to provide informal childcare for children aged 13 and under as part of a childcare bubble.
You can also leave home to:
Medical reasons, harm and compassionate visits
- provide care for vulnerable people
- provide emergency assistance
- attend a support group (of up to 15 people)
- for respite care where that care is being provided to a vulnerable person or a person with a disability, or is a short break in respect of a looked after child
You can leave home for any medical reason, including to get a COVID-19 test, for medical appointments and emergencies, to be with someone who is giving birth, to avoid injury or illness or to escape risk of harm (such as domestic abuse), or for animal welfare reasons such as to attend veterinary services for advice or treatment.
You can also leave home to visit someone who is dying or someone in a care home (if permitted under care home guidance), hospice, or hospital, or to accompany them to a medical appointment.
3. Where and when you can meet in larger groups
There are still circumstances in which you are allowed to meet others from outside your household or support bubble in larger groups, but this should not be for socialising and only for permitted purposes. A full list of these circumstances can be found in the regulations and includes:
Where a work meeting does not need to take place in a private home or garden, it should not - for example, although you can meet a personal trainer, you should do so in an outdoor public place.
- for work purposes (including in other people’s homes where necessary, such as for nannies, cleaners or tradespeople
- for providing voluntary or charitable services
- for formal education or formal training
- to provide emergency assistance and to facilitate a house move
- to fulfil legal obligations or participate in legal proceedings
- support groups that have to be delivered in person can continue with up to 15 participants where formally organised to provide mutual aid, therapy or any other form of support - but they must take place at a premises other than a private home - ‘support group’ includes, but is not limited to, support to victims of crime, people in drug and alcohol recovery, new parents and guardians, people caring for those with long-term or terminal illnesses, or who are vulnerable, people facing issues relating to their sexuality or gender, those who have suffered bereavement, and vulnerable young people, including for them to meet youth workers
- parent and child groups can continue where they provide support to parent and/or child, and children under 5 will not be counted within the 15 person limit - meaning parents and carers can attend such groups in larger numbers.
- funerals of up to 30 people and some weddings can continue, as set out below
Businesses and venues which can remain open
Other businesses and venues are permitted to stay open, following COVID-19 Secure guidelines. This includes those providing essential goods, including:
- essential retail such as food shops, supermarkets, pharmacies, garden centres, hardware stores, building merchants and off-licences.
- petrol Stations, car repair and MOT services, bicycle shops, and taxi and vehicle hire businesses.
- banks, building societies, post offices, short-term loan providers and money transfer businesses
- funeral directors
- laundrettes and dry cleaners
- medical and dental services
- vets and pet shops
- agricultural supplies shops
- storage and distribution facilities
- car parks, public toilets and motorway service areas.
- outdoor playgrounds
The majority of public services will continue and you will be able to leave home to visit them. These include:
- the NHS and medical services like GPs and dentists
- Jobcentre Plus sites
- courts and probation services
- Civil Registrations Offices
- passport and visa services
- services provided to victims of crime
- waste or Recycling Centres
If you live in England, you must stay at home and avoid travel in the UK or overseas, unless for work, education or other legally permitted reasons. If you need to travel you should look to reduce the number of journeys if possible.
However you can and should still travel for a number of reasons, including:
If you need to travel we encourage you to walk or cycle where possible, and to plan ahead and avoid busy times and routes on public transport. This will allow you to practise social distancing while you travel.
- travelling to work where you cannot work from home
- travelling to education and for caring responsibilities
- to visit those in your support bubble - or your childcare bubble for childcare
- hospital, GP and other medical appointments or visits where you have had an accident or are concerned about your health
- to buy goods or services from premises that are open, including essential retail
- to spend time or exercise outdoors - this should be done locally wherever possible, but you can travel to do so if necessary (for example, to access an open space)
- attending the care and exercise of a pet, or veterinary services
12. Staying away from home overnight
You cannot leave home for holidays in the UK or abroad.
You can stay overnight with someone in your support bubble or childcare bubble.
You cannot stay overnight away from your main home in other circumstances unless permitted by law. This includes staying in a second home or caravan, if you own one, or staying with anyone you do not live with or are in a support bubble with.
You are allowed to stay overnight away from your home if you:
If you are already on holiday, you should return to your home as soon as practical and comply with the ‘stay at home’ requirements in your holiday accommodation in the meantime.
- are unable to return to your main residence
- need accommodation while moving house
- need accommodation to attend a funeral or related commemorative event
- require accommodation for work purposes or to provide voluntary services
- are a child requiring accommodation for school or care
- are homeless, seeking asylum or a vulnerable person seeking refuge
- are an elite athlete or their support staff or parent, if the athlete is under 18 and it is necessary to be outside of the home for training or competition
Guest accommodation providers such as hotels, B&Bs and caravan parks may remain open for the specific reasons set out in law, including where guests are unable to return to their main residence, use that guest accommodation as their main residence, need accommodation while moving house, are self-isolating as required by law, or would otherwise be made homeless as a result of the accommodation closing. Accommodation providers are also encouraged to work cooperatively with Local Authorities to provide accommodation to vulnerable groups including the homeless during this period of national restrictions.
30 fookun cops for a mask
The officers should know about this:Fucking punk cops. It takes a half-dozen of them to take down one single defenseless and non-aggressive white man. And they attack him for not wearing a mask!
When you do not need to wear a face covering
In settings where face coverings are required in England, there are some circumstances where people may not be able to wear a face covering. From 5 November, see the guidance on national restrictions to find out which of these settings remain open to the public.
Please be mindful and respectful of such circumstances, noting that some people are less able to wear face coverings, and that the reasons for this may not be visible to others.
This includes (but is not limited to):
There are also scenarios where you are permitted to remove a face covering:
- children under the age of 11 (Public Health England does not recommend face coverings for children under the age of 3 for health and safety reasons)
- people who cannot put on, wear or remove a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability
- where putting on, wearing or removing a face covering will cause you severe distress
- if you are speaking to or providing assistance to someone who relies on lip reading, clear sound or facial expressions to communicate
- to avoid harm or injury, or the risk of harm or injury, to yourself or others ‒ including if it would negatively impact on your ability to exercise or participate in a strenuous activity
- police officers and other emergency workers, given that this may interfere with their ability to serve the public
The government’s guidance for keeping workers and customers safe during COVID-19 in restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaway services clearly advises that designated indoor seating areas for customers to eat or drink should at this time only be open for table service, where possible, alongside additional infection control measures.
- if asked to do so in a bank, building society, or post office for identification
- if asked to do so by shop staff or relevant employees for identification, for assessing health recommendations (for example by a pharmacist), or for age identification purposes including when buying age restricted products such as alcohol
- if required in order to receive treatment or services, for example when getting a facial
- in order to take medication
- if you are delivering a sermon or prayer in a place or worship
- if you are the persons getting married in a relevant place
- if you are aged 11 to 18 attending a faith school and having lessons in a place of worship as part of your core curriculum
- if you are undertaking exercise or an activity and it would negatively impact your ability to do so
- if you are an elite sports person, professional dancer or referee acting in the course of your employment
- when seated to eat or drink in a hospitality premise such as a pub, bar, restaurant or cafe. You must put a face covering back on once you finish eating or drinking
If you have an age, health or disability reason for not wearing a face covering:
This means that you do not need to seek advice or request a letter from a medical professional about your reason for not wearing a face covering.
- you do not routinely need to show any written evidence of this
- you do not need show an exemption card
Some people may feel more comfortable showing something that says they do not have to wear a face covering. This could be in the form of an exemption card, badge or even a home-made sign.
Carrying an exemption card or badge is a personal choice and is not required by law.
Access exemption card templates
For exemptions in different parts of the UK please refer to the specific guidance for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Just in the past few days we've seen this cop behavior in the US, Germany, and UK
The officers should know this legislation:This is out of control.
This is why Simon Dolan have an ongoing legal action against the UK government on Covid restrictions.Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015
Corrupt or other improper exercise of police powers and privileges
(1) A police constable listed in subsection (3) commits an offence if he or she—
(a) exercises the powers and privileges of a constable improperly, and
(b) knows or ought to know that the exercise is improper.
(2) A police constable guilty of an offence under this section is liable, on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 14 years or a fine (or both).
(3) The police constables referred to in subsection (1) are—
(a) a constable of a police force in England and Wales;
(b) a special constable for a police area in England and Wales;
(c) a constable or special constable of the British Transport Police Force;
(d) a constable of the Civil Nuclear Constabulary;
(e) a constable of the Ministry of Defence Police;
(f) a National Crime Agency officer designated under section 9 or 10 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 as having the powers and privileges of a constable.
(4) For the purposes of this section, a police constable exercises the powers and privileges of a constable improperly if—
(a) he or she exercises a power or privilege of a constable for the purpose of achieving—
(i) a benefit for himself or herself, or
(ii) a benefit or a detriment for another person, and
(b) a reasonable person would not expect the power or privilege to be exercised for the purpose of achieving that benefit or detriment.
(5) For the purposes of this section, a police constable is to be treated as exercising the powers and privileges of a constable improperly in the cases described in subsections (6) and (7).
(6) The first case is where—
(a) the police constable fails to exercise a power or privilege of a constable,
(b) the purpose of the failure is to achieve a benefit or detriment described in subsection (4)(a), and
(c) a reasonable person would not expect a constable to fail to exercise the power or privilege for the purpose of achieving that benefit or detriment.
(7) The second case is where—
(a) the police constable threatens to exercise, or not to exercise, a power or privilege of a constable,
(b) the threat is made for the purpose of achieving a benefit or detriment described in subsection (4)(a), and
(c) a reasonable person would not expect a constable to threaten to exercise, or not to exercise, the power or privilege for the purpose of achieving that benefit or detriment.
(8) An offence is committed under this section if the act or omission in question takes place in the United Kingdom or in United Kingdom waters.
(9) In this section—
(10) References in this section to exercising, or not exercising, the powers and privileges of a constable include performing, or not performing, the duties of a constable.
- “benefit” and “detriment” mean any benefit or detriment, whether or not in money or other property and whether temporary or permanent;
- “United Kingdom waters” means the sea and other waters within the seaward limits of the United Kingdom’s territorial sea.
(11) Nothing in this section affects what constitutes the offence of misconduct in public office at common law in England and Wales or Northern Ireland.
Some officers do have tasers, but police forces do have firearms unit.Those cowards didn't have guns. If he was going to be arrested anyway, he should have at least tried to fight them. Considering the reputation of British, he probably could have fought off all of them. Especially since he was much bigger than any of them.
Not stripped, but strict licencing measures, just like how the Democrats in America wanted.populace stripped of guns decades ago....
We look at the strength of UK police and military officers.British Patriots there cops like little girls like muslims makes since the system recruits pedos there certainly never going to turn against the beast the sure learned from Germany so sad how evil that country has become....
Well I'm sure your parliament and queeny could get the commonwealth to assist!Not stripped, but strict licencing measures, just like how the Democrats in America wanted.
The old legislation allows the use of 'arms' for protestants, however the clause is not repealed.
We look at the strength of UK police and military officers.
Police workforce as at 31 March 2020
• 129,110 full-time equivalent (FTE) officers were in post as at 31 March 2020 in the 43 territorial police forces in England and Wales.
There were 17,256 full-time equivalent (FTE) police officers in Scotland on 30 September 2019.
The total strength of the full-time UK Armed Forces (trained and untrained) at 1 April 2020 was just under 155,000. Most personnel were within the Army (56%) with the remainder being equally split between the Royal Navy/Royal Marines and the RAF.
Grand total of 301,366 combined UK police officers and armed forces personnel.
How are they going to go up against 68 million people in the UK resisting the lockdown?
They need to be backing Simon Dolan en-masse because of his (or our) legal challenge against the UK government.I heard the other day that there’s a Telegram group calling for revolution in Britain over the Scamdemic Hoax and that it has tens of thousands of members and is growing rapidly.
By American standards the average British citizen has been all but stripped of his gun rights, especially those who live in UK urban areas, where being able to own (and use) a handgun might be the only thing standing between them and death:Not stripped, but strict licencing measures, just like how the Democrats in America wanted.
This happened when Tony Blair's New Labour won in a landslide in 1997.By American standards the average British citizen has been all but stripped of his gun rights
So much for representative democracy.Firearms (Amendment) (No. 2) Act 1997
Prohibition of small-calibre pistols.
In paragraph (aba) of section 5(1) of the Firearms Act 1968 (which describes a category of prohibited weapons consisting of all firearms less than 30 cm. in barrel length or 60 cm. in overall length, other than specified kinds of firearm) the words “a small-calibre pistol” shall cease to have effect.
Yeah, well, we can't even carry anything deemed as a weapon. The law here literally doesn't recognise the right to defend yourself - every weapon is treated as "offensive". Normal citizens here are at the complete mercy of criminals and police, but I repeat myself.By American standards the average British citizen has been all but stripped of his gun rights, especially those who live in UK urban areas, where being able to own (and use) a handgun might be the only thing standing between them and death:
The Crown Prosecution Service and legislations twist the word 'self-defence' in place of 'reasonable force'.The law here literally doesn't recognise the right to defend yourself - every weapon is treated as "offensive". Normal citizens here are at the complete mercy of criminals and police, but I repeat myself.
The legislation created during Gordon Brown's Labour government.Guidance
The Law and Evidential Sufficiency
Self-defence is available as a defence to crimes committed by use of force.
The basic principles of self-defence are set out in Palmer v R,  AC 814; approved in R v McInnes, 55 Cr App R 551:
"It is both good law and good sense that a man who is attacked may defend himself. It is both good law and good sense that he may do, but only do, what is reasonably necessary."
The common law approach as expressed in Palmer v R is also relevant to the application of section 3 Criminal Law Act 1967:
"A person may use such force as is reasonable in the circumstances in the prevention of crime, or in effecting or assisting in the lawful arrest of offenders or suspected offenders or of persons unlawfully at large."
Section 3 applies to the prevention of crime and effecting, or assisting in, the lawful arrest of offenders and suspected offenders. There is an obvious overlap between self-defence and section 3. However, section 3 only applies to crime and not to civil matters. So, for instance, it cannot afford a defence in repelling trespassers by force, unless the trespassers are involved in some form of criminal conduct.
A person may use such force as is reasonable in the circumstances for the purposes of (in the alternative): -
In assessing the reasonableness of the force used, prosecutors should ask two questions:
- defence of another;
- defence of property;
- prevention of crime;
- lawful arrest.
- was the use of force necessary in the circumstances, i.e. Was there a need for any force at all?; and
- was the force used reasonable in the circumstances?
For ScotlandCriminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008
Reasonable force for purposes of self-defence etc.
(1) This section applies where in proceedings for an offence—
(a) an issue arises as to whether a person charged with the offence (“D”) is entitled to rely on a defence within subsection (2), and
(b) the question arises whether the degree of force used by D against a person (“V”) was reasonable in the circumstances.
(2) The defences are—
(a) the common law defence of self-defence; and
(aa) the common law defence of defence of property; and
(b) the defences provided by section 3(1) of the Criminal Law Act 1967 (c. 58) or section 3(1) of the Criminal Law Act (Northern Ireland) 1967 (c. 18 (N.I.)) (use of force in prevention of crime or making arrest).
(3) The question whether the degree of force used by D was reasonable in the circumstances is to be decided by reference to the circumstances as D believed them to be, and subsections (4) to (8) also apply in connection with deciding that question.
The law allows you – to a certain extent – to use force to defend yourself (or a third party) against attack (or the threat of attack) from another. This is known as self-defence (or defence of another).
Self-defence is a special and complete defence to charges alleging illegal use of force (e.g. assault / murder). This means that, if it is found that the accused was acting in self-defence, they will be acquitted of the relevant charge(s). It also means that advance notice needs to be given to the prosecutor (and any co-accused), in accordance with s149B of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995 for summary proceedings, and s78 of the 1995 Act for solemn proceedings.
Yeah. I meant in regard to carrying weaponry though. The legal limit for knives is a 3" non-locking blade. Good luck defending yourself with that.The Crown Prosecution Service and legislations twist the word 'self-defence' in place of 'reasonable force'.
The legislation created during Gordon Brown's Labour government.
The cause of the problemI have a small knife on my keyring and I've had police bring out the measuring tape to see if they can charge me. What a joke we've become.