On 9 January, charges were dropped against Symon Hill, campaigns manager of the Peace Pledge Union (PPU), in connection with his anti-royal protest on 11 September.
Coming across the proclamation of king Charles III in Central Oxford by chance, Symon shouted out: ‘Who elected him?’
He was arrested, taken to a police van, then de-arrested. In December, he was charged with ‘disorderly behaviour’, before having the charge dropped in January.
Symon is considering legal action against Thames Valley police for wrongful arrest.
It’s not clear what has happened to the three people arrested in Edinburgh in similar circumstances.