Thousands march through London in biggest ‘kill the bill’ protest yet

Critics of the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill say it would curb the right to protest

Thousands of protesters have marched through central London against the new police, crime, sentencing and courts bill, in the biggest protest under the “kill the bill” banner to have taken place so far.

After gathering in Trafalgar Square from midday, protesters marched past Buckingham Palace then through Victoria, past the Department for Education and the Home Office, and finally across the river to Vauxhall Gardens.

Continue reading…

Next Post

Tory poll lead slashed as key elections loom across Britain

Sun May 2 , 2021
Stories of Conservative sleaze appear to be having an impact as Keir Starmer faces his first electoral test as Labour leader on 6 May Labour has slashed the Tories’ poll lead in half as more voters conclude that Boris Johnson is corrupt and dishonest ahead of this week’s bumper set […]

You May Like