They went down the road to the station where they were then hassled by a British Transport Policeman who threatened to nick them as they hadn't received permission from 'the railways'. The 3 then retired to the public highway outside the ststion where the BTP told them he'd rather they moved further away, ie. in the direction of Blue Arrow, as there could be an assumption that they were on station property and 'the railways' didn't necessarily support their views. The 3 stood their ground this time, a bold move in a city where the police have a strong tradtion of clamping down on protest, but escaped further harassment - the police are colluding with local arms dealers EDO MBM to get an Injunction against protesters and protests in Churchill Square are regularly targetted by the Sussex Constabulary.
Could someone please advise on the validity of such Secondary Picketting legislation - other peaceful pickets don't seem to come in for such heavy-handed treatment.