Who issued the following reminders to UK police forces?
"the act of taking a photograph in itself is not usually sufficient to carry out a stop. Unless there is a very good reason, people taking photographs should not be stopped."
(a) John Yates, Assistant Commissioner, Special Operations
(b) Paula Yates
(c) Yates' Wine Lodge
"Officers and community support officers are reminded that we should not be stopping and searching people for taking photos. Unnecessarily restricting photography, whether from the casual tourist or professional, is unacceptable."
(a) Chief Constable Andy Trotter
(b) Derek Trotter
(c) Leon Trotsky
No prizes - it's "just for fun".