Påhoppen and the tensions between different groups is increasing all the time in the Uk, on the basis of Brexitprocessen.
Now the frustration has led to members of parliament and politicians have begun to testify that they feel scared because of all the anger directed towards them.
It allows the speaker Lindsay Hoyle has written to all members of the british house of commons for the next week when a dramatic vote on a Brexitavtal planned.Police intervenes between the two protesters who disagree about the Brexit. Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas
it been this tense in my time here in the house of commons and I understand that others feel the same,” writes Lindsay Hoyle.
In the letter, he exhorts also the members to take take a taxi home. He writes that they should avoid travelling on your own, and try to take the company of a colleague, for reasons of safety.
Police in London have received special instructions to take measures that will allow members to vote without having to feel scared, " he says in the letter.
the Police have also been instructed to be especially attentive to the tensions and contradictions that arise outside the parliament building and elsewhere.
the Labour party-the honourable member, Lloyd Russell-Moyle that he was påhoppad of a private citizen when he was out filming with a tv crew in Brighton.
On Twitter, he writes that the man came forward and began to shout that politicians are the problem, and that they are traitors. ”He tried to attack me, took my glasses and for a moment I thought that he would turn to me,” he writes, and adds that Theresa Mays speech to the nation scheduled for Wednesday, has ”whipped up fear and division”.https://twitter.com/lloyd_rm/status/1108786426613768193
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