Bristol news Anti-lockdown group to protest in Bristol this weekend PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - It is one of three protests due to take place on Saturday afternoon

Bristol news Anti-lockdown group to protest in Bristol this weekend PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - It is one of three protests due to take place on Saturday afternoon

Bristol news  Anti-lockdown group to protest in Bristol this weekend PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 17:01

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Three separate groups are planning to stage protests in Bristol tomorrow (Saturday, May 15). Stand Up Bristol, a group that has already held anti-lockdown marches in the city, is promoting a "freedom rally" starting at College Green. According to the poster, speakers lined up to address the rally include the Bath landlord who kicked Sir Keir Starmer out of his pub in a dramatic outburst last month. A poster shared on social media states the event is part of a "worldwide rally for freedom". Meanwhile campaigners elsewhere will be meeting at Castle Park to condemn the scenes in Palestine, but are also due to head for College Green for speeches at a similar time. NHS Workers Say No is also planning a protest, with action in Millennium Square from midday to campaign for better pay. Get the biggest stories from across Bristol straight to your inbox Timeline and locations at a glance NHS workers protesting for better pay.

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. Expected to begin in Castle Park at 2pm before marching to College Green "Freedom rally" at College Green from 2pm, which could clash with the Palestine protest unless they march prior to the other group's arrival Avon and Somerset Police confirmed officers are aware of "a number of protests due to take place across the force area". A spokesperson said officers will be on the ground at the larger protests and that "a number of groups" have contacted them in advance with risk assessments, as per the lockdown rules. The statement added: "While gatherings of more than six people or two households still aren’t allowed under coronavirus regulations, there is an exemption for protests to take place providing organisers take the required precautions to limit the spread of the virus. "A number of groups have contacted us and provided us with risk assessments as well as details of their demonstration. "Specialist police liaison officers will be present at the larger events as part of proportionate policing plans to facilitate them."

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