Police face pro-Palestinian 'Day of Action' with 40 marches planned

Nov 04, 2023 View Original Article
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53% : 'Officers must have the powers they need for our stations to remain safe places for people to go about their journeys, protecting public safety and preventing disorder.'Commander Karen Findlay, who will oversee policing in London this weekend, said the pro-Palestine rallies come on top of a campaign of 'action' by Just Stop Oil as well as sporting fixtures and dozens of other events scheduled for Bonfire Night.
51% : The Met Police is deploying a sharper policing approach with facial recognitionPolice officers across the UK are bracing for a pro-Palestine 'Day of Action' today with 40 marches planned across the country in the wake of a banned protest at King's Cross last night which saw five people arrested.
50% : She said the force will use facial recognition technologies and social media 'analytics' in an attempt to bring sharper policing this weekend, after previous marches have seen isolated anti-Semitic incidents mar a wider peaceful event.
41% : 'Officers will be on duty to provide reassurance - and to deal with anyone who breaks the law.
40% : READ MORE: Hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters stage sit-in demonstration in King's Cross Station and demand ceasefire for Gaza amid Israeli bombardment - as police arrest two demonstrators after protest was banned AdvertisementHalf an hour later officers from BTP and the Met escorted around 50 protesters away from the area to Euston.

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