It’s gone, as of 12.00 tonight the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Act 2012 will be no more after the repeal being signed off by The Queen earlier today. It’s a great victory for mainly working class football fans who refused to bow to draconian law that had no place outside N. Korea. […]
Tag: Fans Against Criminalisation
TCN FAC Files Posted on May 16, 2013 This is a copy of the Second response from Patrick Harvie MSP. Sent to me and 0thers. As usual the SNP seem to think we will just go away. I’m sure we can help them change their mind. I am writing to provide an update in relation […]
Delighted to announce I’ve added a new page to TCN “FAC Podcasts”. Please give it a visit and listen here. https://thecelticnetwork.com/fac-podcasts/ Thanks , Wullie
Justice Committee support the Repeal Bill ustice Committee of the Scottish Parliament publishes its Stage 1 report on the Repeal of the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communication (Scotland) 2012 Act Following the largest public consultation that the Scottish Parliament has ever had on any issue, the Justice Committee began hearing oral evidence on […]
New email campaign launched today As we write the draft Stage 1 report from the Justice Committee of the Scottish Parliament is being prepared. This report which summarises the evidence provided in relation to the Repeal of the Offensive Behaviour and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 will be presented to Parliament and voted on before […]
Guilty: The Story of the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act Guilty: The Story of the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act from Green Brigade on Vimeo.
Click here to see how long you have left to play your part in repealing the Offensive Behaviour Act!
Things have taken a cynical turn and it would appear that Police Scotland will go to extrodonary lengths to hold on to their ‘budget boost’ from the Scottish government.
When I set up TCN in 2011 it was against the background of the so called ‘shame game’ and the SNP’s ‘Summit’. Little did I realise that football fans from every club in Scotland would be criminalised from the outcome of the SNP’s ‘summit’. I won’t rake over the coals of the ‘shame’ game, we […]
A public meeting on ‘The Act, Policing and Civil Liberties in Scotland’ will be held in St Anne’s School in Crownpoint Road, Glasgow on Wednesday 10th June at 7 pm.