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Protesters hold placards saying Kill the Bill during the demonstration outside the British Museum in London.In March 2021, The UK government proposed the Police and Crime Bill 2021, purporting to expand police rights. Since its publication, it has met with widespread skepticism from the public and subsequently became the subject of protests. This protest on the 29th May 2021 was led by the UK branch of Black Lives Matter, specifically fighting against the use of police power as a means of silencing black voices, in response to recent killings of black people by the police. The march began at R

Protesters hold placards saying Kill the Bill during the demonstration outside the British Museum in London.In March 2021, The UK government proposed the Police and Crime Bill 2021, purporting to expand police rights. Since its publication, it has met with widespread skepticism from the public and subsequently became the subject of protests. This protest on the 29th May 2021 was led by the UK branch of Black Lives Matter, specifically fighting against the use of police power as a means of silencing black voices, in response to recent killings of black people by the police. The march began at R Stock Photo
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Sipa US / Alamy Stock Photo

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2FYPN04

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6469 x 4313 px | 54.8 x 36.5 cm | 21.6 x 14.4 inches | 300dpi

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29 May 2021

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Sipa US

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Protesters hold placards saying Kill the Bill during the demonstration outside the British Museum in London.In March 2021, The UK government proposed the Police and Crime Bill 2021, purporting to expand police rights. Since its publication, it has met with widespread skepticism from the public and subsequently became the subject of protests. This protest on the 29th May 2021 was led by the UK branch of Black Lives Matter, specifically fighting against the use of police power as a means of silencing black voices, in response to recent killings of black people by the police. The march began at Russell Square, went through the Royal Court of Justice, and eventually ended outside the Parliament in Westminster, London. (Photo by Belinda Jiao / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)

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