ASBOs for Labour Campaigners?

As LibDem leader Charles Kennedy kicked off the LibDem campaign on a walkabout in central Newcastle this morning, a handful of Labour protestors were warned by the police about their anti-social behaviour.

The Labour leader of the opposition on Newcastle council, John O’Shea, was reprimanded by police after allegedly throwing (according to LibDems) a missile at Chat-show Charlie and other LibDem candidates.

Nick Forbes, Labour deputy leader is seen here (with clenched fist) as police move in to intervene in very excitable circumstances.

Guido is on the look out for that Prescott moment, this little local scuffle hardly qualifies, we need a big name. Alan Milburn is rumoured to be quite handy and David “Basher” Davis, ex-territorial SAS, must be capable of doing serious damage too. C’mon get stuck in, put the fight into campaigning… and send Guido the pictures.


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