England - Member of parliament urged the police to become more agile in managing the demonstration of massive protests in London to oppose the government's budget cuts.

"Kettling" Tactics is a tactic the police to deal with large-scale demonstrations by the detention and arrest. Police form a line of big, urgent, and the only remaining set out by the road police.

Parliament expressed concern about the "kettling" police tactics told the demonstrators.

Hundreds of thousands of people will follow the protest, organized by the Trades Union Congress (TUC), to express their anger against the coalition government's saving action.

The committee said, "We welcome the cooperation between the Metropolitan Police and the TUC in planning the demonstration on March 26. We hope that this will be reflected in a successful and peaceful demonstration in which all participants feel that they have been carrying out their democratic rights to protest."

TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber also stated, "This protest will be a big event, united and well-care, allowing everyone who wants to oppose the government, spending cuts that reveal opportunities quickly and unfair."


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