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We attended the trial of the Colston four: here's why their acquittal should be celebrated

By Graeme Hayes, Reader in Political Sociology, Aston University
Brian Doherty, Professor of Political Sociology, Keele University
Steven Cammiss, Associate Professor, Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham
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The acquittal of the Colston Four is an important moment in upholding the right to protest, precisely because the jury’s verdict was based on the law as well as sentiment.The Conversation

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