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The Metropolitan Police said 18 people were arrested during today’s anti-lockdown protest London, For crimes such as corona virus violations, assaulting an emergency service staff, violent disorder and already wanted.

The force said three officers sustained minor injuries.

Ade Adelegan, commander of the Med Gold Command for the Struggle, said: “The organizers did not take reasonable steps to keep the protesters safe, and then avoided their risk assessment. At this point, the authorities took action to disperse the crowd in the public interest.

“I am grateful that the majority of the people listened to the authorities and left the area. In desperation, a minority blocked, deliberately disregarded the instructions of the authorities and blocked the Westminster Bridge.”

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Luxembourg increased daily with 862 cases

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The Algerian president isolates himself after officials show signs

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Italy records 19,644 cases daily

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Arrested in anti-lockout protest London A group of protesters decided not to disperse and instead marched from Trafalgar Square to Westminster Bridge.

Police blocked the path of protesters in the northern end of the bridge, some people tried to march to the confusion, there were calls from some to rush police lines.

Damien Gayle
(ami Damiencale)

Things are getting hot #New Some protesters marched on Westminster Bridge, deciding not to disperse pic.twitter.com/CYTLmCi3yT


October 24, 2020

The Guardian found that police made at least three arrests.

A group of protesters sat on the bridge and tried to hold a protest. They were forced south by the police line.

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There are 23,012 new cases and 174 deaths in the UK

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