I do realise many of you do not like the the press, however they are pivotal to democracy, whatever we have of it left. The implications for this on a 'public highway' are ridiculous. it is obvious that things are getting very bad.
in public places which could make street photography and documentary photography
against the law.
There's a petition on the Downing St website against the Government's
proposals to restrict the use of photography in public areas.
Sign, and forward, if you are so inclined ....
There are a number of moves promoting the requirement of 'ID' cards to allow
photographers to operate in a public place.
It is a fundamental right of a UK citizen to use a camera in a public place,
indeed there is no right to privacy when in a public place.
These moves have developed from paranoia and only promote suspicion towards
genuine people following their hobby or profession