Campaigners are not necessarily entitled to meet on private property - RightsInfo
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2003
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Campaigners are not necessarily entitled to meet on private property

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Campaigners were barred from distributing leaflets in a private shopping centre. This did not breach their right to freedom of expression. The campaigners did not have an automatic right to enter private property, nor were their ability to express speech destroyed.

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