Tens Of Thousands Of Anti-lockdown Protesters March In London

Rise For Truth and Freedom EraofLightDotComTens of thousands of anti-lockdown protesters marched through central London and towards No10 today demanding the ‘arrest’ of Matt Hancock after he was caught breaching Covid rules by kissing his married aide while preaching the restrictions to the rest of the UK.

Anti-lockdown protesters were seen marching along through the capital before descending on Downing Street on Saturday as they called for ‘freedom’ and the end to all Covid lockdown regulations after Freedom Day was delayed from June 21.

As well as demanding the end to lockdown, protesters brandished placards that demanded police ‘arrest Matt Hancock’ after he was caught breaching Covid safety regulations by kissing his married aide – despite asking the rest of the country to follow the strict restrictions.

The health secretary, 42, has been accused of hypocrisy over images and a subsequent video clip showing him kissing Gina Coladangelo at the Department for Health, despite championing draconian restrictions on ordinary citizens.

The crowds lobbed hundreds of tennis balls with ‘not very nice’ messages written on them towards the Houses of Parliament before gathering on Downing Street, where they started chanting ‘shame on you’ and pointing towards Number 10, followed by prolonged booing.

Tens of thousands of protesters had earlier marched through Oxford Street, Regent Street, Hyde Park and Northumberland Avenue as they held placards reading ‘the Boris variant’, ‘no to Covid vaccine’ and ‘no to Covid passport’.

Anti-lockdown protesters were seen marching along Oxford Street (pictured) in central London on Saturday as they called for the end to all Covid regulations after Freedom Day was delayed from June 21

Anti-lockdown protesters were seen marching along Oxford Street (pictured) in central London on Saturday as they called for the end to all Covid regulations after Freedom Day was delayed from June 21

As well as demanding the end to Covid lockdown rules, protesters also brandished placards that demanded police 'arrest Matt Hancock ' after he was caught breaching Covid safety regulations by kissing his married aide

As well as demanding the end to Covid lockdown rules, protesters also brandished placards that demanded police ‘arrest Matt Hancock ‘ after he was caught breaching Covid safety regulations by kissing his married aide

Hundreds of yellow tennis balls, which had ‘not very nice’ messages on them, were thrown over the fence into the grounds of Parliament, with police officers kicking them out of the way

Anti-Vaccine and anti-lockdown protestors march through central London on Saturday brandishing placards which read 'it's all for nothing if you don't have freedom'

Anti-Vaccine and anti-lockdown protestors march through central London on Saturday brandishing placards which read ‘it’s all for nothing if you don’t have freedom’

One anti-lockdown protester appeared to be in the partying spirit as he had vibrant red paint across his eyes and body as he joined in with chanting

One anti-lockdown protester appeared to be in the partying spirit as he had vibrant red paint across his eyes and body as he joined in with chanting

Tensions appeared to increase outside Downing Street as anti-lockdown protesters threw the fencing blocking them from the police officers who stood in a line on the other side

Tensions appeared to increase outside Downing Street as anti-lockdown protesters threw the fencing blocking them from the police officers who stood in a line on the other side

Police officers stand guard in front of the No 10 Downing Street as opponents of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) measures, environmentalists and anti-government demonstrators stage a protest

Police officers stand guard in front of the No 10 Downing Street as opponents of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) measures, environmentalists and anti-government demonstrators stage a protest

A huge sign reading 'Lockdown kills! Free us Boris' was present at the protest in London earlier this afternoon

A huge sign reading ‘Lockdown kills! Free us Boris’ was present at the protest in London earlier this afternoon

A line of police officers watch on after huge crowds packed the streets and gathered outside No10 this afternoon

A line of police officers watch on after huge crowds packed the streets and gathered outside No10 this afternoon

Some of the protest material featured this image of Matt Hancock and Boris Johnson with blood on their hands

Some of the protest material featured this image of Matt Hancock and Boris Johnson with blood on their hands

Members of the demonstration began dispersing at around 4pm, although many dedicated marchers still remain outside Downing Street and in Parliament Square

Members of the demonstration began dispersing at around 4pm, although many dedicated marchers still remain outside Downing Street and in Parliament Square

Metal gates separated police and the demonstrators during the protest outside Downing Street earlier this afternoon

Metal gates separated police and the demonstrators during the protest outside Downing Street earlier this afternoon

A crowd of police officers created a barrier as swathes of demonstrators looked on in London earlier this afternoon

A crowd of police officers created a barrier as swathes of demonstrators looked on in London earlier this afternoon

Police officers stand guard in front of the No 10 Downing Street as opponents of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) measures, environmentalists and anti-government demonstrators stage a protest in London

Police officers stand guard in front of the No 10 Downing Street as opponents of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) measures, environmentalists and anti-government demonstrators stage a protest in London

A demonstrator uses a megaphone to make his point to police as they stand guard outside 10 Downing Street

A demonstrator uses a megaphone to make his point to police as they stand guard outside 10 Downing Street

One of the demonstrators holds up a sign as they marched through the streets of London to protest earlier this afternoon

Demonstrators then packed the streets outside Downing Street, where flares were set off and tennis balls were thrown towards Number 10, while loud chanting, whistling and music continued.

Members of the demonstration began dispersing at around 4pm, although many dedicated marchers still remain outside Downing Street and in Parliament Square.

Reclaim party leader Laurence Fox was among the tens of thousands of anti-lockdown protestors who attended Saturday’s protest and was seen shouting into a speaker as he stood on a barrier outside Downing Street.

Tensions appeared to increase as the crowds gathered near No 10 as anti-lockdown protesters were seen throwing fencing, which blocked them from the police officers who stood guard on the other side.

Hundreds of yellow tennis balls, which had ‘not very nice’ messages on them, were thrown on Downing Street and over the fence into the grounds of Parliament, with police officers having to duck and kick them out of the way.

Asked why protesters are throwing tennis balls, one man, who did not wish to be named, said: ‘They have little messages on them. Most of them are not very nice.’

One protestor brandished a traffic cone as a makeshift megaphone as tens of thousands marched through central London on Saturday

One protestor brandished a traffic cone as a makeshift megaphone as tens of thousands marched through central London on Saturday

Reclaim party leader Laurence Fox was among the tens of thousands of anti-lockdown protestors who attended Saturday's protest and was seen shouting into a speaker as he stood on a barrier outside Downing Street

Reclaim party leader Laurence Fox was among the tens of thousands of anti-lockdown protestors who attended Saturday’s protest and was seen shouting into a speaker as he stood on a barrier outside Downing Street

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2 Replies to “Tens Of Thousands Of Anti-lockdown Protesters March In London”

  1. Max

    The protesters are clearly demonstrating the mood of the country and indeed the world on this fake pandemic. And the needless lockdown measures in place.

    The people are waking up!

    The BBC and the rest of the news media that did not cover the hundreds of thousands gathered in the middle of Central London shows us how corrupt and one-sided they truly are. How about de-funding the BBC? The license fee payers do not want government and cabal propaganda thrust at them instead they demand the TRUTH!

    Switch off mainstream news as it so fake!

    Tell advertisers of these TV stations that you will not buy their products if they continue to advertise on these propaganda TV stations!

    People power works!

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