Boris Johnson says he understands feelings triggered by Sarah Everard death: ‘Shocked and appalled’

Reclaim These Streets brought urgent legal action at the High Court on Friday in a bid for a declaration that any ban on outdoor gatherings under coronavirus regulations is ‘subject to the right to protest’. Mr Justice Holgate declined to grant the group’s request and also refused to make a declaration that an alleged policy by the force of ‘prohibiting all protests, irrespective of the specific circumstances’ is unlawful. The judge left it open for talks between the organisers and police to continue over the ‘application of the regulations and the (rights to freedom of expression and assembly)’ to the event, but said it would ‘not be appropriate’ for the court to make the declaration sought. Pictured left: Sarah Everard and right: Clapham Common on Friday.

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