Flag-flying laws in UK/Fahne zeigen und Gesetze brechen

Apparently it’s illegal to fly a flag in England except on a proper flagpole, and I am the last to know. Guardian today, BBC earlier.

Possibly breaking the law in Upminster two weeks ago:


The Guardian:

bq. Under current planning regulations, it is illegal to fly any national flag without permission from the local council, unless it is hung on “a single vertical flagstaff”.
As part of a shake-up of planning rules connected to advertising, the government is issuing new advice to councils allowing any national flag to be flown without permission, however it is displayed.

Not giving it a rest, Fürth last Saturday:


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