Personally I don't like Soubry, I think she is very pompous and talks over people in debate not allowing them to finish their point.
However I thought she was very dignified and brave on how she handled the situation.
It was very thuggish to be in her face like that.
But surely there is more to the public order offence than what appears to be on offer.
Otherwise as has been said why was he not arrested at the time of the offence.
Or is it retrospective thinking by the Police because an mp was involved.
I wonder if all that was said, if it had not been in her face but at a distance would still be considered to be a crime.
If so the law would be very selective, its not as if shouted remarks by all political persuasions have not happened before, in particular the far left.