‘They have no respect for our country or the rule of law,’ – Andrew Rosindell MP

Following the recent events at the weekend, a peaceful protest sadly turned violent and saw police attacked and historic monuments vandalised. Many protestors had marched in peace and it was later in the day that violence erupted as police horses were targeting with bikes and flares. Historic monuments were urinated upon and a protestor was seen jumping on the Cenotaph and attempting to burn the Union Jack.

The Romford MP Andrew Rosindell told the Havering Daily:

I completely condemn the anarchist hooligans we have seen committing acts of vandalism and violence on the streets of London They show no respect for our country or the rule of law and selfishly put the lives of others at risk by ignoring social distancing.

Those who attempted to set light to the Union Jack at the Cenotaph and graffitied over the statue of Sir Winston Churchill should hang their heads in shame. They abuse the freedom that others have fought for and their cowardly behaviour should be severely punished.

In Havering we are a happy and united community and these extremists on the radical left who are currently seeking to divide us, will fail.

Andrew Rosindell MP

2 thoughts on “‘They have no respect for our country or the rule of law,’ – Andrew Rosindell MP

  • 10th June 2020 at 12:32 pm

    Well said Andrew.. Someone who speaks for the People

  • 16th June 2020 at 8:09 pm

    I too condemn the violent protests in London. I would like to raise two questions though, 1) Why have you tweeted/retweeted messages along this line only in relation to the Black Lives Matter protests (which there are a few) and not one tweet or retweet with a similar message in response to the most recent Far-right protests where there also was violence? And 2) What are your thoughts on BLM? There has been no public acknowledgement on your twitter feed of the movement itself or the concerns of the black community globally, nationally or locally recently. The only reference to BLM on your twitter feed is about condemning violent protests. As my representative, this really worries me.


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