To Criminalise the disruption of Rememberance day silences or services.

To Criminalise the disruption of Rememberance day silences or services.

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Argyle Barclay started this petition to THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

Our brave men and women sacrificed everything to protect the values we cherish as a democratic country. The fact that people decide to disrespect this is sickening and they should be punished for it. Examples of disruption could be, shouting or making intentional noises during a silence to remember those who fought and died, or desecrating the sites of Rememberance. I am not saying we should criminalise disagreeing with Rememberance day, but disrupting a service to remember those who fought and died is simply unacceptable. The British government should make it a criminal offence to intentionally disrupt a service to remember our soldiers. 

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