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Police Abuse Of Powers - Civil Liberties

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Paul Golding refused to give the police access to his phone, now he has been charged under the Terrorism Act 2000 and could face up to three months imprisonment.
Police Abuse Of Powers - Civil Liberties Eroding!

 "Tommy Robinson interviews Paul Golding who was detained by Police when he returned from Russia. Paul refused to give the police access to his phone, now he has been charged under the Terrorism Act 2000 and could face up to three months imprisonment, for refusing to give up his right to privacy, his civil liberties. England is the birthplace of the Magna Carta, a document that enshrined our rights into law. Today Britain is a totalitarian, corrupt and abusive police state that does not care for liberty, privacy, or your freedoms."

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