Josie Appleton is director of the civil liberties group the Manifesto Club, and author of Officious: Rise of the Busybody State.
Publicado en: democraciaAbiertaUsurpación del espacio público en el Reino Unido: ¿cómo restringe nuestro derecho a protestar?
Tanto el aumento de los espacios públicos de propiedad privada (POPS) como las nuevas regulaciones estatales están...
Publicado en: HomeEncroachment of public space in the UK: how does it restrict our right to protest?
Both the increase in privately owned public spaces (POPS) and new state regulations are limiting opportunities to...
The busybody state is on the rise – and it is ticking us all off
In this extract from her new book Officious, Josie Appleton outlines the rise of the tick-box, tut, tut state and...
No place for the young: the towns where childhood is being criminalised
Across England, local councils are banning young people from public space.
Move along now: the law barring thousands of people from public spaces
Police now have free rein to create “dispersal zones” in public areas, allowing them to ban people for anything from...
May the pamphleteers return!
Laws which ban leafleting in city centres are destroying performance arts and an age old British tradition.