London, UK. 1st May 2021. Kill The Bill protest. Thousands march against a newly proposed police, crime, sentencing and courts bill on May Day (or Labour Day). Numerous social movements have united to protest against the bill, which they say would place significant curbs on freedom of speech and assembly, by giving police powers to curb protests, among other measures. Credit: Guy Corbishley/Alamy Live News
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Dimensions:6016 x 4013 px | 50.9 x 34 cm | 20.1 x 13.4 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:1 May 2021
Location:Westminster, London, UK
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Kill The Bill Protest. Thousands of protesters from a range of activist organisations march down The Mall past Buckingham Palace against a proposed policing bill which could see the introduction of a crime bill imposing severe restrictions on the right to protest. Crowds chanted: “Kill the bill” and “The UK is not innocent”. The police, crime, sentencing and courts bill will modify existing public order legislation to make it easier for police to ban or shut down peaceful protests if they are considered too disruptive or likely to lead to disorder. London, UK.