Trenton temporarily disrupting the Oxford Cambridge boat race
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Boat race protester: 'No regrets and would do it again'

The man jailed for six months after swimming into the Thames and disrupting the Oxford Cambridge boat race in 2012 has told BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast he has no regrets.

Trenton Oldfield, who has been released on electronic tag after serving seven weeks for causing a public nuisance, said he would protest in a similar way again.

The protester was making a stand against elitism and inequality.

  • 18 Dec 2012
  • From the section UK