Hundreds sit down outside Bristol police station in ‘kill the bill’ protest

Arrests made after reports of bottles being thrown at police and protesters being pepper sprayed

Violence erupted between protesters and police in Bristol again on Friday night as more than a thousand demonstrators gathered for a third “kill the bill” demonstration within a week.

Dozens of people were involved in skirmishes with police as officers wearing helmets and holding shields moved towards the crowd after 10 o’clock, following orders for the crowd to disperse under a “breach of Covid legislation”.

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