That phrase has been updated to "if you don't like our laws, then vote Labour".
I think Starmer should step in at this point, just to reassure the genpop that whilst the Labour Party is a broad church (lmao), they do actually want to lead this country, not punish it.
He'll never do that.
Identity politics with the associated critical thinking about any "minority" groups behaviour, no matter how vile is a phobia of some type is fundamental to Labour now. Not forgetting that people who express views contrary to the identitarian types are viewed as heretical and should be silenced - permanently.
When ideology is permitted to dictate broad political policy, not just nuances round the edges then it's all downhill from there. Labour is long down that road, as are the SNP.
To plagiarise Orwell and mutate it somewhat - Everyone is equal, but some groups demand that they have to be far more equal than everyone else. This especially applies to race, sexual orientation, made up "genders" (an abuse of the word) and a certain religious group.
Special treatment in the name of equality is not equality, nor is it in any way productive.
The protests be they vocal or silent outside the cinemas carried a significant measure of barely and poorly masked threat. Essentially we're hostage to the whims of these people.