emm. The police. Who I expect will do their job in a polite, courteous and professional way. I expected that before everyone's phone could record video, and I still expect it. I don't understand how that has anything to do with the topic though.
What it has to do with the topic, Colin, is that here on LuLa, we've ad nauseam, raked over the interface between those trying to keep things 'safe' for us and those who insist that 'their' actions are always legal and that despite the very real possibility of criminal intent from others claiming the same 'rights', nobody should try to stop anything that a photographer chooses to do. You now, divine rights and all that. It's a topic that's raged from Heathrow to some Godforsaken U.S. railway stations (not that other countries' railway stations can't be Godforsaken too, I hasten to add in the interests of impartiality). It will never go away, and every voice raised to support the boys in blue is seen as quasi-nazi. In fact, the only applauded attitude or reaction is the one where a face-off is created; that gets almost universal, schoolboy approval.
The best thing is to ignore it - which I should have even on this occassion.