In the port city of Bristol in England, there was a demonstration against the planned police law where there were also clashes with the police. Under the slogan "Kill the Bill", nearly 3000 people took to the streets to demonstrate against this fascist law. This law is to leave the arbitrariness of the police even in peaceful demonstrations more and more free space. So the police will be able to intervene with this law more simply also within "peaceful" demonstrations. However, with this law the police should have the freedom, if a demonstration "intimidate the public" or "severe discomfort", to forbid it more easy.
This new law undermines the freedom of opinion since it lies in the "reason" of the individual choice of the police whether a demonstration is canceled or not.