A rabble-rouser called James Goddard and a crowd of pro-Brexit people called Anna Soubry 'Nazi' recently.
The same crowd also called Owen Jones a few names.
I don't know these people but they seem to be unsavory people - they were certainly not behaving themselves.
The Met police are looking into the matter, to see if the crowd did anything illegal. A journalist asked the police officer if calling someone 'Nazi' is illegal. The officer said 'that's what we're looking into'.
First, this crowd behaved badly, no question.
What I find fascinating, though, is the speed of response from authorities.
Calling people fascist or nazi has been going on for decades. Owen Jones and his comrades are guilty of it, certainly, with some practically making a career out of it.
And now it's being done to them it's the worst thing in the world.
There's appalling double standards on display here: when the far Left, such as Momentum or Antifa, call people nazi, that's just 'activism'; when a bunch of pro-Brexit people do the same, they're 'thugs' ...