‘Kill the bill’ protest: police vans set alight and officers injured

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    Demonstrations against plans to give police increased powers to shut down peaceful protests turned violent on Sunday night. Police vans were set alight, a police station was attacked and several officers were injured.

    Footage shared on social media showed demonstrators surrounded by riot officers and mounted police while chanting ’10 years for protests, five years for rape’ outside the station.

    One officer sustained a broken arm and another broken ribs

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