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For what it’s worth, I doubt anyone’s likely to be arrested for it.
I’m sure you’re right, James – the adverse publicity is something govt could do without. It does demonstrate very well, though, the problem with creating sweeping powers and then relying on discretion or ‘a blind eye’ when it suits. I liked the logo, too :o)
True. Hmm… I wonder if it applies to poppies on Remembrance Sunday as well?
It’s a good point. Presumably the actual cenotaph ceremony could get permission, but what about wearing poppies around parliament at other times? And come to think of it, what about those stickers you get from charity collectors in the street?
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