Seriously Organised Criminal Carol Singers

In breach of Section 132 of the Serious Organised Crime Act 2005, assorted political dissidents sang Silent Night, Come All Ye Faithful and Hark the Herald Angels Sing. These two in the red look seriously cute. Ceaseless protester Brian Haw bored on at the end (that’s him in the hat on the far left), giving a bonkers speech that Guido totally disagreed with, but was still nevertheless glad to hear. That’s democracy for you.
Tim Ireland, twisted genius that he is, looked gleeful to see 200 or so carol singers in full voice outside parliament. Including that girl who read out the names of British Iraqi war dead and was promptly arrested outside Downing Street. Maya Evans, 25, convicted for breaching the Act last week, sure is pretty. Yes, Guido has been drinking…



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