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Bristol police arrest 14 people at anti-lockdown protest

About 400 protesters gathered in the city on Saturday in defiance of police warnings

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Fourteen people have been arrested at an anti-lockdown protest in Bristol, which went ahead despite police warnings. About 400 people gathered on the city’s College Green at midday on Saturday before marching through the city centre, in protest against lockdown measures.

The event took place in defiance of the national lockdown restrictions in England, which ban gatherings of more than two people, and warnings from police that the event was unlawful.

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