69-year-old veteran CND activist and former Church of England reverend Keith Claringbull of Stoke-on-Trent is detained and searched after passing security unchecked at the Royal Navy National Service of Thanksgiving marking 50 years of nuclear armament at Westminster Abbey prior to the arrival of The Duke of Cambridge, London, UK. 03/05/2019.
Mr. Claringbull said he had “borrowed” a sailor’s hat as evidence of breaching security and entering the Abbey. The hat was returned to the owner by police officers and Mr. Claringbull was released without charge.
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