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Monday, November 10, 2014

UK: Farage leads protest against European Arrest Warrant in Westminster







M/S UKIP leader Nigel Farage meeting supporter
M/S UKIP leader Nigel Farage talking with supporter
SOT, Nigel Farage, UKIP leader (in English) "What is happening here is a government that has the ability to get rid of some of these things is choosing to opt back in. And that's why we're here in the rain."
C/U Protester holding placard (in English) "No arrest without evidence. Ditch the E.A.W" [Europe Arrest Warrant]
SOT, Nigel Farage, UKIP leader (in English) "How on earth did the world exist before 2003? It's really difficult to imagine. I mean, were we in the stone ages in 2003 or have we had extradition deals with other countries for centuries?"
M/S Press surrounding UKIP leader Nigel Farage
W/S Protesters outside Parliament
M/S Protesters holding banner (in English) "No referendum = no handover"
C/U Protester holding placard (in English) "Save my rights. No jail without trial"
SOT, UKIP supporter (in English) "This country does not jail people unless they have been charged with a crime and convicted in a court of law; and that should be the case. We should not be handing powers over to the European Union to seize British citizens and take them abroad to foreign jails."
M/S UKIP supporter holding placard
M/S UKIP supporters at protest
M/S Janice Atkinson MEP South East holding a UKIP umbrella
M/S Janice Atkinson MEP South East walking to Parliament
W/S UKIP Supporters entering Parliament

SCRIPT

Nigel Farage and UKIP supporters demonstrated against government plans to opt-in to the European Arrest Warrant outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Monday. A group of UKIP supporters also entered Parliament to pressure their local MPs to reject the proposal.

In 2013 the government opted out of all 133 EU police and criminal justice measures. The decision should take hold on December 1. However, ministers now want to re-join 35 of the measures including the European Arrest Warrant. It is expected that many backbenchers will oppose the proposal of handing more powers to Brussels in the debate held in parliament.

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