With restrictions not being eased before the 20th ,
should we delay the protest ....I will be there , but the turnout has been low for London protests.
Would it be better to wait a few weeks when restrictions are eased and then go for it.
whats your thoughts ,,,,i will be there , but compared to Europe protests we have been a disappointment.
with restrictions eased and the travel restrictions over ,the police won’t be able to stop coaches and trains etc etc .......opinions ....
xena artray - Forgive me if I am wrong, but I think these protests and marches on 20th are co-ordinated worldwide and not just in this country. It's a joint effort. I will be out there whatever in Manchester, even if I am on my own. But then again I'm out there every day anyway giving my 'two penneth' to passers by. Much to my husband's embarrassment. Until I am 'carted off' I shall continue to do so. Funny, but in 12 months, nobody has challenged me yet. I would have expected some sort of abuse. I think that most people know I'm right, but are just going along with the Government until they are 'let loose again'. That's just my take on things up here. Those I have engaged in conversation with have all agreed with me, but still comply. Said husband is worst offender!