Laurence Fox, former actor and current leader of Reclaim party, is told to move on by police during an attempted anti-lockdown gathering in Hyde Park.
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Date taken:20 March 2021
Coronavirus: Laurence Fox, former actor and current leader of Reclaim party, is told to move on by police during an attempted anti-lockdown gathering in Hyde Park. The controversial political activist recently announced entry to the race for London mayor. Thousands of anti-lockdown demonstrators march under heavy police surveillance from Hyde Park along Oxford Street, Chancery Lane, the Embankment and Parliament Square before heading up Whitehall. The march came as 62 MPs and peers wrote to the home secretary on Friday saying that allowing the police to criminalise people for protesting was “not acceptable and is arguably not lawful”, in a letter coordinated by Liberty and Big Brother Watch. Scotland Yard said 33 people had been arrested by 6.45pm, most for breach of Covid regulations. London, UK