What do the UK and Cuba have in common?

The same intimidation style.

Yunior García, a Cuban playwright who is seen as the leader of protest organization Archipiélago, turned up in Spain with his wife after two decapitated pigeons had been left on their doorstep.

Their and several relatives’ phone and internet connections had been shut down too.

Cuba saw unprecedented protests last year. Participants, including several minors, have now received prison sentences of 5 to 20 years.

Wait, what?

Isn’t that also what the UK government wants and what Priti Patel’s policing bill proposes?

(Cuba allows only one political party, the Communist party.)

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