Boris Johnson: we ‘should not support’ Black Lives Matter protests

Boris Johnson has urged people in the UK to not support Black Lives Matter demonstrations that ‘are in all probability going to end in violence’. He said a statue of ‘national hero’ Winston Churchill has been boarded up ahead of the protests expected in London at the weekend.
Priti Patel has made demonstrations illegal during coronavirus, as they included gatherings of more than six people, and the prime minister included violence against property as a reason not to attend
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