Government Considers Taking Colston Case To Court Of Appeal

UK Government’s Attorney General, Suella Braverman, has stated that she is considering taking the Colston statue case to the Court of Appeal, following verdict backlash.

In a statement, she said that “trial by jury is an important guardian of liberty & must not be undermined. However, the decision in the Colston statue case is causing confusion. Without affecting the result of this case, as Attorney General, I am able to refer matters to the Court of Appeal so that senior judges have the opportunity to clarify the law for future cases. I am carefully considering whether to do so.”

Many on the pro British culture side believe that this verdict gives a free licence to anti Britain thugs to begin vandalising without facing consequences.

We await Braverman’s decision…