Piers Corbyn arrested at Anti-Lockdown protestDownload
© Licensed to London News Pictures; 14/11/2020; Bristol, UK. Police arrest PIERS CORBYN who was due to be the main speaker at an Anti-Lockdown protest march and rally by Stand Up Bristol and StandUpX2, against the Covid-19 lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, taking place on College Green and in Bristol city centre. Protests have been declared illegal under the current Covid-19 lockdown as people are not allowed to meet in more than groups of two and police have threatened arrests and fines against those attending. Police arrested several people. The protest is against Lockdowns, Isolation of the Elderly, Ruined Childhoods, Business Closures, Masks, Government Interference in Private Life and is part of a series of protests today in Sheffield, Wolverhampton, Portsmouth, Bristol and Bournemouth. England is under a national lockdown, sometimes known as lockdown 2.0, as the UK Government tries to stop the spread of the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. From 05 November lockdown restrictions came into force across England with all pubs, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues shut as well as all non-essential shops. People have been told to stay at home except for work, education, exercise or essential shopping and each person can only meet one other person from outside their household in an outdoors public space. Photo credit: Mark Simmons/LNP.
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