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The Metropolitan Police has asked the Crown Prosecution Service to review the rules on protests, after an MP was hounded with "Nazi" chants outside Parliament.

Sir Stephen House, Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said the force has referred three cases to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) over protestors who have shouted abuse at MPs over the past few days.

The CPS had been asked to "test" the boundary between demonstrating and stopping people from going about "lawful business".

“People have an absolute right to go about their lawful daily lives without impediment," Sir Stephen said.

On Monday a group far-Right protesters hounded Anna Soubry, the  Conservative MP, repeatedly calling...

The Metropolitan Police has asked the Crown Prosecution Service to review the rules on protests, after an MP was hounded with "Nazi" chants outside Parliament.

Sir Stephen House, Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said the force has referred three cases to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) over protestors who have shouted abuse at MPs over the past few days.

The CPS had been asked to "test" the boundary between demonstrating and stopping people from going about "lawful business".

“People have an absolute right to go about their lawful daily lives without impediment," Sir Stephen said.

On Monday a group far-Right protesters hounded Anna Soubry, the  Conservative MP, repeatedly calling...

The Metropolitan Police has asked the Crown Prosecution Service to review the rules on protests, after an MP was hounded with "Nazi" chants outside Parliament.

Sir Stephen House, Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said the force has referred three cases to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) over protestors who have shouted abuse at MPs over the past few days.

The CPS had been asked to "test" the boundary between demonstrating and stopping people from going about "lawful business".

“People have an absolute right to go about their lawful daily lives without impediment," Sir Stephen said.

On Monday a group far-Right protesters hounded Anna Soubry, the  Conservative MP, repeatedly calling...

The Metropolitan Police has asked the Crown Prosecution Service to review the rules on protests, after an MP was hounded with "Nazi" chants outside Parliament.

Sir Stephen House, Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said the force has referred three cases to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) over protestors who have shouted abuse at MPs over the past few days.

The CPS had been asked to "test" the boundary between demonstrating and stopping people from going about "lawful business".

“People have an absolute right to go about their lawful daily lives without impediment," Sir Stephen said.

On Monday a group far-Right protesters hounded Anna Soubry, the  Conservative MP, repeatedly calling...