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Home Secretary Priti Patel has said, some of the violence seen during the anti-racism protests in the United Kingdom.
a statement in The House later.
Anti-racism have been protests around The World , according to the death
thousands of people participated in largely peaceful demonstrations across the UK over the weekend, including in London, Manchester and Glasgow.Bristol Harbour
Dame Cressida Dick , Commissioner of Police Met, condemned the "violent crime" by a "minority of protesters" as "shameful" and said it was "never acceptable" to attack Police officers or property damage.
She Said , in view of the potential risk of Corona Virus spread at mass events should people look for alternative ways to Express their anger and frustration.Parliament Square - where a statue of Winston Churchill was sprayed with graffiti
Ms Simpson, The Director of The Voice , one of Britain's top black Newspapers, said the people had been protesting a "legitimate right" to, ask, reached the "Boiling Point ", But asked the man, "hold back" and to try to "contain" your feelings.
She Said she didn't have the feeling that the violence is "kidnapped" had the protests " - message.Paulette Simpson, The Director of The Voice newspaper, called on the protesters to show restraint
Ms Simpson to ask the question, why Britain, statues, still, symbols, and names of streets", to remind us of a very dark place in history," and urged to listen to the Government and other"", which, for their removal.
It was because of a "lack" of listening and acting, "people feel compelled to go in the event of a pandemic, and to demonstrate," she added.
John Apter, the national Chairman of The Police Federation, said while he understood that it was "a lot Of Anger and frustration," his "consternation and grief" was that the "message" of the protest was "hijacked by a few who are intent On Violence " against The Police .
He told Bbc Breakfast that it was "unforgivable" that Some People were "laughing and joking" about violence faced by The Police and warned that it could cause many people to "lose sympathy" for the protests.Bottles of the officers in the centre of London and a dispersal order was created to help people leave the area protesters were holding placards during a demonstration at Glasgow Green in Glasgow on Sunday
he Asked whether the protests should have been prevented, He Said no 10 had made it "very clear" that they broke the Rules coronavirus lockdown - But the "strength of feeling" about Mr Floyd's death meant "the people will come anyway".George Floyd ' s death
swinging in the UK Asked to see why some Police officers were, Without Face masks, He Said , all officers have their personal protective equipment (PPE) available to them, and it was up to them to wear a "dynamic risk assessment" about whether or not it.thousands of protesters made their way to the US Embassy in the heart of Vauxhall, South London ,
Ken Marsh, The Chairman of the organisation representing rank-and-file officers, called for urgent measures by the lady Cressida and urged his colleagues were well-equipped with public order kit, including helmets and shields.
Mr Marsh said Police should be dealing with the clutter "far more robust", and added: "We need the right equipment to with what is in front of us. "Minister of the Government , condemned the "vandalism and desecration" of the Churchill statue
the shadow justice Minister, David Lammy , said that racism and prejudices exist in the UK, as well as across The Atlantic , and suggest that it is only a problem in the United States, "shows real ignorance".
Mr Lammy: "the people in This Country are not only in solidarity with George Floyd and other African-Americans. We also need to this moment in one of change and justice in the UK. "
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