Petition the prime minister to remove new restrictions on photography in public places
On the 16th of February, the Government passed a law (in the Counter Terrorism Act) making it illegal to take a photograph of a police office, military personnel or member of the intelligence services - or a photograph which "may be of use for terrorism". This definition is vague at best, and open to interpretation by the police - who under Home Secretary guidelines can "restrict photography in public places".
We call for these vague restrictions to be lifted, as they can easily be mis-used by the police.
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