Coronavirus: Arrests are made during an attempted anti-lockdown gathering in Clapham Common against the current government COVID19 restrictions, UK.
Contributor:Guy Corbishley / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:6016 x 4011 px | 50.9 x 34 cm | 20.1 x 13.4 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:9 January 2021
Location:Clapham Common, London, UK
Coronavirus: Anti-lockdown protest. Sixteen arrests and 22 spot fines issued during an attempted anti-lockdown protest march in Clapham Common. Organised by StandUpX movement, a group of around 30 people took to Clapham High Street chanting “take your freedom back”. Members of the public responded with fury, with one woman shouting from her car: “There’s a pandemic going on, you t***s.” The protest took place after the capital’s mayor Sadiq Khan declared a “major incident” as the rising tide of coronavirus cases threatens to “overwhelm” the capital’s hospitals. The conspiratorial supporters reject vaccines and claim the COVID-19 pandemic is an orchestrated hoax. London, UK.