Extreme right-wingers clash with police in London, British Prime Minister Johnson says ‘There is no room for racist thug in our streets’

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Extreme right-wingers clash with police in London, British Prime Minister Johnson says ‘There is no room for racist thug in our streets’

Extreme right-wingers clash with police in London, British Prime Minister Johnson says 'There is no room for racist thug in our streets' 1

The anti-racist protest, scheduled to take place today in London, the capital of England, has been canceled. Right-wingers clashed with police in the city center. “There is no room for racist thug on our streets,” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said.

Boris Johnson said in the evening, his Twitter account said that anyone who attacked the police would be answered under the law.

“These marches & protests have turned into violence and violate the existing rules. There is no room for racism in England, and we must work together to make it a reality,” said the British Prime Minister.

British Interior Minister Priti Patel also used the phrase “unacceptable rogue” for what happened in London.

“Disgrace to the monument is embarrassing,” said Patel, for a person from the far-right group to wash his toilet next to the memorial of police officer Keith Palmer, who died in an 2007 attack in Parliament Square.

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Keir Starmer, leader of the main opposition Labor Party, who reacted to the events in London, said the violence against the police is “in no way acceptable”.

What happened in London?
A march for the Black Lives Matter movement will be held today in London and an anti-racist protest will be held. However, when extreme right wing groups also went out to protest, the march and demonstration were canceled.

The police took some precautions, including building barriers to prevent the two groups from clashing, and asked the actions to end at 17:00 local time.

Statues of historical figures such as Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi were also protected in central London.

The far-righters who gathered in the Westminster area, where the Parliament and the Prime Minister’s buildings are located, sang the UK national anthem and cheered frequently, shouting “Britain”. Fan groups of some football teams also took part in the crowd.

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Paul Golding, leader of the far-right group “Britain First,” said they had come to London to “protect the monuments”.

Later, the group attacked the police near the Prime Ministry building.

London Police Department announced that five people were detained. These people were said to be drunk and drug users.

Some of the extreme right-wingers were observed to threaten journalists.

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