THOUSANDS of anti-mask protesters descended on London right this moment calling for “freedom” because the capital entered more durable lockdown guidelines.
The group marched via Hyde Park and Oxford Street demanding an end to lockdown.
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They held up placards studying “Covid-19 equals control” and “lockdown kills” whereas shunning protecting face masks.
The agitators have been flanked by cops as they made their means via central London.
Jeremy Corbyn’s brother Piers, who was beforehand fined £10,000 for organising a rally, was additionally in attendance.
He may very well be seen shouting right into a megaphone together with his fist raised within the air.
The group is calling for the end of face masks and wish to cease any coronavirus vaccines.
They additionally held up an enormous banner demanding no social distancing measures below the hashtag “Our Movement”.
It got here as Londoners awakened in more durable coronavirus restrictions below Tier 2 lockdown guidelines.
Different households have now been banned from ingesting togther inside pubs and assembly in one another’s houses.
Revellers final night time clashed with cops before the new rules came into effect as they packed out streets in the capital.
Other areas transferring into Tier 2 embody Essex, Elmbridge, Barrow-in-Furness, York, North East Derbyshire, Erewash and Chesterfield.
Lancashire yesterday joined Liverpool on the hardest lockdown measures in Tier 3.
Under the brand new guidelines, individuals are banned from mixing with different households, indoors or open air.
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