Climate change protests snarl up central London, 135 arrested
Monday, 7 October 2019 Climate change protesters blocked traffic across London's government district of Westminster on Monday as they launched two weeks of peaceful civil disobedience to call for urgent action to curb carbon emissions.
Extinction Rebellion protesters glued themselves to the road outside London City Airport on Thursday (October 10) as part of the ongoing climate change protests.
Officers used a superglue de-bonder to unstick protesters' hands from the road before leading them away.
The Cross Keys pub in London opened for the first time today as Covid-19 lockdown measures were relaxed in England. Customer Blair Sandison from Scotland was pleased to be having his first pub drink since the end of March while pub manager Eric Lanouilh said his pub had done “so much” to implement the new social distancing guidelines. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Regulars have returned for much-anticipated drinks at the Toll Gate Wetherspoons pub in Turnpike Lane, north London, after lockdown restrictions were relaxed. Couples can get married and hairdressers have been allowed to welcome customers, alongside restaurants, bars and cinemas on so-called Super Saturday, which has seen the biggest relaxation of rules yet.
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Salon Sloane Co-founder Belle Cannon prepares to reopen her hairdressing salon, in Chelsea, London, to the public on July 4, when the lifting of further lockdown restrictions in England comes into effect. The salon is adopting lots of new measures to ensure people are safe.
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Mourners have commemorated the life of George Floyd in central London on the day of his funeral in the US. Around 50 activists, some with “Black Lives Matter” signs, knelt at the foot of Nelson Mandela’s statue in Parliament Square, Westminster, on Tuesday.
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Workers have begun cleaning up graffiti and signs from this weekend's anti-racism protests. The statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Parliament Square was defaced with 'was a racist' graffiti as protesters flooded Westminster on Sunday. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn