Robin Tilbrook, solicitor, Brexit activist and chairman of the English Democrat Party, interviewed by Mark Collett and Laura Towler, makes some very interesting points about the way that we are policed in the UK today.
After covering the usual point (made more entertainingly here!) about not answering police questions, the interview goes on to cover some of the ways that poiicing has changed in this country since the days of Sir Robert Peel, and how it may be best to behave in the event that you have to deal with the police in any situation that may turn adversarial.
There is a lot of information here (whatever you may think of the interviewers) and I learned quite a lot. Time well spent.
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