The Metropolitan Police were accused in the High Court of "suppressing anti-monarchist sentiment" during the Royal Wedding in London last year.
The Metropolitan Police were accused in the High Court of \"suppressing anti-monarchist sentiment\" during the Royal Wedding in London last year.
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The accusation came as 20 individuals among scores arrested or searched last April asked the court to rule the Commissioner of Police operated an unlawful policy that violated the democratic right to protest.
Human rights activists say the case has implications for the policing of other major events, including the Diamond Jubilee.
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