Petitions Committee | Potential impact of changes to powers to police protests

1. Purpose of this survey

MPs on the House of Commons Petitions Committee have scheduled a debate on a petition relating to rights to protest, which you may have signed, for Monday 26 April, and want to hear your views.
The petition calls on the Government not to restrict rights to peaceful protest, and raises concerns about provisions in the Policing, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill that would grant police additional powers in relation to protests.
You can read the petition here.

Your responses to this survey will help MPs to understand concerns about new police powers relating to protests. The Petitions Committee might publish a summary of survey responses, which could include some or all of your comments, and MPs may read them out in the House of Common. What MPs say may be reported in the press and appear on the news, so please don't share any personal information that you don't want to be public.

You can find full details of the House of Commons Data Protection Policy here.