Over a million people take to the streets of London on the 5th of November, protesting peacefully against the green pass for the vaccine.
The Million Mask March protests have rallied against government corruption, lockdown restrictions, and inequality and homelessness for many years, this year “will by all accounts go down in history” as posted from an anon post on the Telegraph app.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Jane Connors, said: “Residents and visitors to central London today can expect to see a higher number of police officers on duty throughout the course of the day. Officers are there to keep people safe and to respond quickly to any potential disorder of violence.
“Groups of course have the right to protest, but I am particularly concerned that some groups are specifically intending to travel into London to deliberately cause violence and disorder including targeting police officers.
“This will not be tolerated and our policing plan has been developed with this potential risk in mind. Our patrols will be highly visible and we will be working closely throughout the operation with the City of London Police and the British Transport Police.”