Protests in London: ‘Kill the Bill’ protestors take to the streets in Manchester

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Protests in London: ‘Kill the Bill’ protestors take to the streets in Manchester” – below is their description.

Thousands of activists took to the streets across the country in ‘Kill the Bill’ protests today, calling on the House of Lords to reject the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill. Demonstrations took place in cities including London, Bristol, Coventry, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, Plymouth on Saturday. The action comes ahead of a crucial vote on the bill by peers on Monday. Protesters describe it as a draconian crackdown on the right to assembly, freedom of expression and other civil liberties. In London, many hundreds marched from Holborn towards Parliament Square in Westminster, chanting ‘kill the bill’ and carrying banners reading ‘defend the right to protest’ and ‘we will not be silenced’.

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