France tackles undeclared protests, Brexit debate date | Raw Politics

France tackles undeclared protests, Brexit debate date | Raw Politics
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French PM announces new legislation aimed to tackle unannounced demonstrations while UK MP's call for increased police protection.


On Raw Politics this Tuesday:

German AfD politician suffers severe head injuries after attack

State Chairman of Germany's right-wing AfD party, Frank Magnitz, was assaulted by three men in masks on Monday afternoon as he was leaving a New Years celebration. Police say the attack was "politically motivated".

The incident comes days after a device exploded outside AfD office in Saxony.

UK MP's call for increased protection against abusive protestors

Dozens of MP's have penned letters to the police to call for increased protection after MP Anna Soubry was affronted by chants calling her a "Nazi" and a "liar".

France toughens stance on unauthorised protests

French Prime Minister Edouard Phillipe announced new law aimed to tackle undeclared demonstrations as the 'Gilet Jaunes' continue their protests. 

Barricades were set alight and motor vehicles were torched in Paris on Saturday, with protests set to enter their third month.

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