The MP, a former army officer, sent his thanks to the police as it emerged that 26 Metropolitan Police officers were assaulted at the tribute to Ms Everard on Saturday. Mr Mercer’s tweet flies in the face of his boss Boris Johnson,
Kit Malthouse, the UK Government’s Policing Minister, told Good Morning Britain’s Ben Shephard that the law is clear regarding mass assemblies. Ben Shephard quizzed the Conservative MP whether cancelling the original official vigil for Sarah Everhard was a mistake. Mr Malthouse said:
Someone else shared: “The restrictions put on our freedom are the most severe in living memory. They have been in place for coming up to a year. The police need to work with the public, and not abuse the unique power that
Susanna Reid and Ben Shepherd welcomed Patsy Stevenson onto the ITV show to discuss the “terrifying” moment when she was pinned to the ground and arrested by police at the Clapham vigil on Saturday. The student fought back tears as she recalled the ordeal
The Prime Minister will chair a meeting of the Government’s Crime and Justice Taskforce today, which will discuss further steps to protect women and girls and make sure Britain’s streets are safe. The meeting will be attended by ministers, senior police officers
Kate Middleton, 39, was filmed walking along the Common, where thousands of flowers and cards have been laid at various tribute sites in memory of Sarah Everard. Kate also put down flowers at the park’s bandstand to pay her respects to Sarah.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 39, visited Clapham Common on Saturday to pay tribute to murder victim Sarah Everard who was killed after going missing from South London last week. The Duchess was filmed walking along the Common where she laid flowers at