NINE protestors have been arrested in London today following the ‘Kill the Bill’ march today, the police have confirmed.
Multiple grassroots organisations including Momentum and Black Lives Matter have written out to their members asking them to join the demonstrations. Calling for a “national day of action” protesters will gather to oppose the Priti Patel’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
Two in five drivers said they have been put off by repairs or maintenance, rising to 55 percent of those between the ages of 18 and 24. The most common reason for avoiding repairs was simply down to cost and the fear
Large crowds of demonstrators can be heard chanting and seen carrying banners as they marched through the town centre. Many can be seen with a traditional face coverings, meanwhile others can be spotted wearing terrifying balaclavas. Groups started to gather at College Green
Roadside camps could therefore result in the seizure of vehicles, larger fines and the potential for prison time, affecting the lives of Gypsy, Roma, Traveller communities, as well as people sleeping rough. Jeffrey Thompson, 29, who describes himself as their ‘Head Gypsy
The sick posters appeared after the city saw its worst night of violence in decades following a demonstration against the Government’s Police and Crime Bill turned violent. If passed it will give police more powers to deal with non-violent protests. While many
Violent scenes which marred a “Kill the Bill” protest in Bristol that saw a police station attacked, officers injured and vehicles set alight have been widely condemned. Bristol mayor Marvin Rees, who said he had “major concerns” about the Government’s Police, Crime,