⁣BRITISH RIOT PHOTOS: The Brits Finally Begin to Take Back Their Power—BIG TIME!

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04 May 2021

⁣BRITISH RIOT PHOTOS: The Brits Finally Begin to Take Back Their Power—BIG TIME!

⁣BRITISH RIOT PHOTOS: The Brits Finally Begin to Take Back Their Power—BIG TIME!

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Police blast ‘disgusting mob of animals’ who ‘broke cops’ bones’, BURNT officers’ vans and smashed up police station as ‘Kill the Bill’ demo in Bristol over right to protest peacefully turns into a riot
Violent protest took place on Sunday in Bristol against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
A standoff at Bridewell Police Station saw protesters smash windows and set police vehicles alight on Sunday
Bill will give police more power to impose conditions on non-violent protests, including for being ‘too noisy’
Bill passed its second reading earlier this week, despite public opposition and votes against by Labour MPs
Protests are currently banned under lockdown legislation, which prevents large gatherings from taking place
By JAMES ROBINSON and MILLY VINCENT FOR MAILONLINE and ELLIOT MULLIGAN FOR THE DAILY MAIL

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Police blast ‘disgusting mob of animals’ who ‘broke cops’ bones’, BURNT officers’ vans and smashed up police station as ‘Kill the Bill’ demo in Bristol over right to protest peacefully turns into a riot
Violent protest took place on Sunday in Bristol against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
A standoff at Bridewell Police Station saw protesters smash windows and set police vehicles alight on Sunday
Bill will give police more power to impose conditions on non-violent protests, including for being ‘too noisy’
Bill passed its second reading earlier this week, despite public opposition and votes against by Labour MPs
Protests are currently banned under lockdown legislation, which prevents large gatherings from taking place
By JAMES ROBINSON and MILLY VINCENT FOR MAILONLINE and ELLIOT MULLIGAN FOR THE DAILY MAIL

Six police officers have been seriously injured after a ‘mob of animals’ turned on officers, smashing through the windows of a police station and setting police vehicles alight during a ‘Kill The Bill’ riot in Bristol.

Around 5,000 activists, claiming to protect the right to demonstrate peacefully, had gathered in the city centre on Sunday for the demonstration to oppose plans to give police more powers to deal with non-violent protests.

But footage captured the descent into anarchy as protesters clashed with police armed with batons and pepper spray.

Mounted officers were seen attempting to disperse a large crowd gathered outside Bridewell Police Station.

Later a group of hooded protesters tried to smash the windows of the glass-fronted police station and another mob set fire to a police van parked in nearby Bridewell Street.

Protesters managed to get up onto the roof of the first floor of the police station and rained down missiles on the police, who lined up to defend the entrance of the police station.

Three police vans were driven into the area, but one was damaged, had its tyres let down and then a fire was built underneath it, burning it out completely as darkness fell.

In other scenes, officers with police dogs were seen attempting to hold back large crowds as demonstrators scaled the walls of the police station and threw fireworks.

Other videos and pictures on social media showed dozens of officers in riot gear guarding the entrance to the station and protesters trying to roll a police van daubed with graffiti.

Andy Roebuck, chairman of the Avon and Somerset Police Federation, said: ‘Disgusting scenes in Bristol by a mob of animals who are injuring police officers, members of the public and damaging property.

‘Avon and Somerset Police Federation are attending stations to support officers. We have officers with suspected broken arms and ribs. This is so wrong.’

Chief Superintendent Will White of Avon and Somerset Police said: ‘What started out as a peaceful protest has been turned by a small minority into violent disorder.

‘Officers have been subjected to considerable levels of abuse and violence. One suffered a broken arm and another suffered broken ribs. Both have been taken to hospital. At least two police vehicles have been set on fire and damage has been caused to the outside of the station.’

He added: ‘We have requested mutual aid from neighbouring forces to bring this incident to a safe conclusion.’


Rioters set police vehicles on fire as protesters clashed with officers in the shocking scenes last night

Demonstrators stand near a burning police vehicle during a protest against a new proposed policing bill, in Bristol

A demonstrator skateboards in front of a burning police vehicle during a protest against a new proposed policing bill, in Bristol, Sunday

A demonstrator gestures in front of a burning police vehicle during a protest against a new proposed policing bill, in Bristol

A vandalised police van explodes outside Bridewell Police Station, after protesters set it on fire


A demonstrator gestures near a burning police vehicle as two other vans arrive at the scene to drive protesters away

People watch a burning police vehicle during the protest, which has become violent with protesters attacking a police station

A vandalised police van on fire outside Bridewell Police Station, as other police vehicles arrive

Riot police, with police horses and police vehicles, move down Rupert Street in Bristol towards protesters

Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees condemned the violence which has marred a protest about the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.

‘Smashing buildings in our city centre, vandalising vehicles, attacking our police will do nothing to lessen the likelihood of the Bill going through,’ he said.

‘On the contrary, the lawlessness on show will be used as evidence and promote the need for the Bill.

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