Observvver 17 Dec 2016 #31>so how do you feel your right to protest and oppose is being limited - be precise pleaseHere's another example. Imagine your children have asthma. The government decide to build a truck depot behind your house, where trucks will assemble and wait. With their engines running, there will be lots of diesel fumes, lots of atmospheric particles. You and your neighbours wish to form a group to challenge the policy in court, on the grounds that it will seriosuly increase air pollution and damage your childrens' health. Maybe even shorten their life. Under this new law, you would be disqualified from challenging it. Even though you can accumulate the evidence from existing studies and reports of the likely effect of the trucks on your childrens' health, you are not a professional scientist, so you no longer have the right to a voice in court.