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As millions of people brace themselves to be inconvenienced by Extinction Rebellion over the next fortnight, it is worth asking why we have to put up with this stuff. It is partly because of a newish concept called “the right to protest”.

In any free country, of course, protest should play its part. Our law has usually dealt with this by the very important British principle that everything which is not forbidden is allowed. (Continental law tends to operate on the opposite principle.) This means that most protests can happen, but the public authorities can ban them because of public-order issues or disruption to normal life.

This common-sense attitude is not enough for the purveyors of international...

As millions of people brace themselves to be inconvenienced by Extinction Rebellion over the next fortnight, it is worth asking why we have to put up with this stuff. It is partly because of a newish concept called “the right to protest”.

In any free country, of course, protest should play its part. Our law has usually dealt with this by the very important British principle that everything which is not forbidden is allowed. (Continental law tends to operate on the opposite principle.) This means that most protests can happen, but the public authorities can ban them because of public-order issues or disruption to normal life.

This common-sense attitude is not enough for the purveyors of international...

As millions of people brace themselves to be inconvenienced by Extinction Rebellion over the next fortnight, it is worth asking why we have to put up with this stuff. It is partly because of a newish concept called “the right to protest”.

In any free country, of course, protest should play its part. Our law has usually dealt with this by the very important British principle that everything which is not forbidden is allowed. (Continental law tends to operate on the opposite principle.) This means that most protests can happen, but the public authorities can ban them because of public-order issues or disruption to normal life.

This common-sense attitude is not enough for the purveyors of international...

As millions of people brace themselves to be inconvenienced by Extinction Rebellion over the next fortnight, it is worth asking why we have to put up with this stuff. It is partly because of a newish concept called “the right to protest”.

In any free country, of course, protest should play its part. Our law has usually dealt with this by the very important British principle that everything which is not forbidden is allowed. (Continental law tends to operate on the opposite principle.) This means that most protests can happen, but the public authorities can ban them because of public-order issues or disruption to normal life.

This common-sense attitude is not enough for the purveyors of international...