THE ANSWER IS YES, IN VERY UNEXPECTED WAYS! As reported in the Property Industry EYE.
Brexit unrest spilled over into an estate agents' training course in the middle of London.
Delegates had to leave possessions behind when demonstrators entered the building in The Sanctuary, Westminster, where Propertymark has its London offices.
News reports subsequently said the protesters got into the building with no difficulty and went from floor to floor, with only one security officer seemingly around, as they tried to find the Attorney General's office.
He apparently was not at his desk at the time, so escaped the disruption.
However, the NAEA course members were not so lucky.
NAEA boss Mark Hayward told EYE yesterday: "All delegates will be given a credit to attend an additional course and we are awaiting a suitable date from the trainer.
All personal belongings left in the building are being returned to the delegates by post."
The protesters were targeting the Attorney General offices who occupy a part of the highly prestigious building.