Sky News Breakfast: Government accused of rushing through restrictions on protests

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Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast: Government accused of rushing through restrictions on protests” – below is their description.

On your Sky News Breakfast menu:

– The government is accused of rushing through restrictions on protests beyond the current pandemic crisis.

– Bath launches it’s own congestion zone to improve air quality in the city.

– Justice could be served for the wife of Bashar Al Assad for human rights abuses.

– Tackling racial inequality in music, Black Lives in Music share their data driven mission to explore the experiences of black musicians.

– The Met police respond the complaints over violence at the vigil in Clapham Common held over the weekend.

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