Fights break out as Tommy Robinson and supporters arrive in Whitehall

Nov 11, 2023 View Original Article
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69% : Previous events have been marred by demonstrators driving through Jewish areas while waving flags and shouting anti-Semitic abuse.
55% : 'The Commissioner outlined plans to continue working to maintain public order, ensure compliance with the law and maintain the safety of participants, police officers and the general public.
53% : Far-right figure Tommy Robinson arrived in Whitehall early on Saturday morning along with hundreds of counter-protestersSeveral hundred protesters, almost all of them men, were heard chanting and attempting to get close to the CenotaphCounter protesters gather on Whitehall ahead of a large pro Palestine demonstration in Central LondonPolice officers were standing guard at the Cenotaph early on Saturday as the Met braces itself for a day of action on Remembrance DayOfficers from the Metropolitan Police on duty at the Cenotaph on Whitehall in Central London ahead of a pro Palestine demonstration in the capital on Armistice DayEarly on Saturday people took to social media to show coaches full of protesters heading to LondonVideos shared on social media showed full coaches of people heading to LondonProtest organisers from London have planned to take activists to the capital on buses for the 'Million March'Far-right thug Tommy Robinson led hundreds of counter-protesters as they massed at barriers in Whitehall.
52% : In a statement the force said: 'We have been made aware of planned demonstrations taking place today, Saturday 11 November, at London Waterloo Station, Victoria Station and Charing Cross.'We fully respect the right of people to protest lawfully but where we believe this could cause serious disruption to the railway services, we must take action.'It added that anyone who 'organises or takes part in an assembly during the prohibition commits an offence.'Speaking to the Today programme on Saturday morning, head of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign Ben Jamal said organisers were expecting up to a million people to descend on the streets of London.
50% : Anyone refusing to disperse can be arrested, the Met saidExclusion zones have been put in place around the Israeli Embassy in Kensington and the US Embassy in VauxhallPrime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murty look at Remembrance Crosses in the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in London ahead of Armistice DaySpeaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, joins poppy sellers on behalf of the Royal British Legion as the nation rallies around volunteersDAC Taylor said the Met had information that 'large numbers of counter protesters will be coming to London with a view to confronting those taking place in the main march'.READ MORE: Demonstrators blockade weapons manufacturer BAE Systems site in protest over Israel-Hamas war AdvertisementAsked why counter protesters would be allowed around the monument, Mr Taylor said the force 'don't anticipate any disorder will come from that group' individually.
46% : 'That doesn't equate to serious disorder or to us losing control, but it does mean that we are taking robust, rapid and agile action to deal with what we are dealing with.'Children cry during a funeral for family members in Gaza who were killed in Israeli strikesA woman and a child look out from the window of a damaged building following Israeli bombing on Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on SaturdayIsrael bombards the Gaza Strip with missiles overnight on FridayFar-Right groups have vowed 'We'll be waiting' as pro-Palestine activists arrive in London todayActivists from right-wing Turning Point UK hold a counter-protest to the National March for Palestine alongside the Cenotaph on October 28.
38% : There is no absolute power to ban protest, therefore there will be a protest this weekend,' he insisted.

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