Questions tagged [harassment-alarm-distress]

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Can it be an offence simply to attend a demonstration against the wish of the official organisers?

A report about Tommy Robinson states the following: In an earlier statement, the force said organisers had "been clear about their concerns that the man's attendance, and that of those who were ...
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Can harassment alarm or distress that arises simply by virtue of the content of the views expressed being found objectionable by another be offensive?

If: a person expresses some of their views in the most unobjectionable way that they see possible, that expression causes harassment, alarm, or distress in another, and Some other person finds the ...
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