Offbeat In London, confinement exasperates revelers
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For more than a week, London police have faced a series of illegal street parties. She struggles to enforce social distancing. Hence the violent clashes.
Tired of staying locked up. London revelers took advantage of last week's heat wave to let off steam. A multitude of raves and street parties have been organized illegally in the British capitalThe principle: gather in the street to drink and listen to music. There had already been parties of this kind in full but these events have multiplied with the If the masks are sometimes there, the distance between people has disappeared. The participants are rather young, most of them around twenty years old, some of them are not yet adults.
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The phenomenon affected different places in London: Brixton and Clapham Common (south), Wembley (north-west), Tooting Bec Common (south-east) or Tottenham (north-east). For revelers, these street parties just seem like a way to have fun after the three months of confinement imposed in the UK. At first, everything was nice. After the quarantine, people just wanted to have a good time, testified on the SkyNews channel, a participant in the Brixton party, Wednesday, June 24. And then the police decided to come and disturb it all ... They turned off the music, and the people rebelled.Charges
If some people followed the dispersal orders, others decided to do battle with the police, who were hit with bottles and projectiles. Police vehicles were damaged. After the Brixton rally, several people were arrested and four participants, including a 16-year-old, were charged with violent unrest and offenses related to these unauthorized parties. Twenty-seven police officers were injured that night, two of whom were taken to hospital.
Scotland Yard has it lost control of the streets of London? Asked by the British media, Interior Minister Priti Patel denounced the organization of these parties and of any gathering, in the middle of a pandemic, as well as the violence against the police: If people attack the forces of order, they will deal with the law, warned the minister. Pubs and cafes, closed since the end of March, except for take-away sales, will only be able to reopen on July 4.
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