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Anti-lockdown protests against coronavirus: Piers Corbyn leads the London demonstration


Anti-lockdown protesters marched through Birmingham and Bournemouth today to demonstrate against a second lockdown with posters calling Covid a "joke".

Hundreds of maskless protesters came to downtown Birmingham and Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon to protest pandemic restrictions.

Angry protesters called for "freedom" and urged the public to oppose Covid restrictions as a second national lockdown is announced tonight.

Anti-lockdown protesters marched through Birmingham and Bournemouth today as a second national lockdown action is announced tonight. Pictured: A protester in Birmingham holds a sign that reads 'This will end if we all say no'

Hundreds of maskless protesters gathered on Saturday afternoon to protest a second national lockdown that contained posters saying Covid as a "joke". Pictured: & # 39; Birmingham Freedom Rally & # 39; in Victoria Square

Hundreds of maskless protesters gathered on Saturday afternoon to protest a second national ban that contained posters saying Covid as a "joke". Pictured: & # 39; Birmingham Freedom Rally & # 39; in Victoria Square

They held banners calling Covid a "joke" that said, "Your government is lying to you" and calling for an end to social distancing and the wearing of masks.

The footage of the & # 39; Birmingham Freedom Rally & # 39; Victoria Square shows a large crowd being addressed in front of the meeting house.

Conspiracy theorist and former soccer player David Icke was one of the keynote speakers at the event.

Protesters called for "freedom" and urged the public to oppose the new Covid restrictions. PICTURED: A crowd gathers at Bournemouth Town Hall

Protesters called for "freedom" and urged the public to oppose the new Covid restrictions. PICTURED: A crowd gathers in Bournemouth Town Hall

They marched through Bournemouth town with signs saying "WHO admits it's a lie" and "Masks weaken your immune system".

They marched through Bournemouth town with signs saying "WHO admits it's a lie" and "Masks weaken your immune system".

The crowd sang "Take off your masks" along with a song about the government's non-acceptance of the vaccine.

One protester held a sign reading "This will end if we all say no" during the protest in Birmingham and another called for "No More Lockdowns".

In Bournemouth, Dorset, protesters gathered at Town Hall before marching through town.

The footage of the & # 39; Birmingham Freedom Rally & # 39; Victoria Square shows a large crowd being addressed in front of the meeting house

The footage of the & # 39; Birmingham Freedom Rally & # 39; Victoria Square shows a large crowd being addressed in front of the meeting house

Protesters marched with signs saying "WHO admits it's a lie" and "Masks reduce your immune system".

In the UK, a small but ongoing protest movement has deciphered its measures to contain the spread of Covid-19.

Conspiracy activists claiming the virus is a hoax or that its risks are grossly overrated have rallied in cities across the UK since the lockdown.

A protester holds a sign that reads "Pluck Yew Boris" as the Prime Minister is expected to announce a new national lockdown at a press conference tonight

A protester holds a sign that reads "Pluck Yew Boris" as the Prime Minister is due to announce a new national lockdown at a press conference tonight

Conspiracy activists claiming the virus is a hoax or that its risks are grossly overrated have rallied in cities across the UK since the first restrictions were put in place

Conspiracy activists claiming the virus is a hoax or that its risks are grossly overrated have rallied in cities across the UK since the first restrictions were put in place

A fire-breathing Piers Corbyn led another "street party" protest against Covid's lockdown rules in north London last night as protesters called for an end to social distancing.

Anti-mask protesters gathered at Camden Town Tube Station Friday evening for a "Cancel The Curfew" rally, performing party tricks and protesting the 10pm curfew.

Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers, 73, who was fined £ 10,000 for attending an earlier rally in August, performed fire-breathing as part of the street party.

73-year-old Piers Corbyn led a street party protest against Covid lockdown rules in north London last night and performed a fire-breathing party trick for the crowd

73-year-old Piers Corbyn led a street party protest against Covid lockdown rules in north London last night and performed a fire-breathing party trick for the crowd

Over 50 protesters gathered at Camden Town Underground Station on Friday evening for the anti-lockdown rally entitled "Cancel The Curfew".

Over 50 protesters gathered at Camden Town Underground Station on Friday evening for the anti-lockdown rally entitled "Cancel The Curfew".

The "Cancel The Curfew" event was held to protest the Covid-19 regulations affecting the London hospitality industry under Tier 2 rules.

Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers was previously beaten with a £ 10,000 fine for organizing an anti-lockdown protest

Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers was previously beaten with a £ 10,000 fine for organizing an anti-lockdown protest

Over 50 protesters gathered and played music, held banners calling for an end to social distancing, 5G and wanted to stop all coronavirus vaccines.

One of the protesters had a sign on his guitar that said, "If MPs and scientists could lose their jobs because of Covid, they would soon find it wasn't a problem."

Police attended the event where Piers Corbyn addressed the crowd who had gathered with a megaphone following anti-lockdown rallies across the country.

Mr Corbyn was beaten with a fixed £ 10,000 penalty under the new coronavirus laws for organizing an anti-lockdown protest in Trafalgar Square in August.

His supporters have raised over £ 8,000 to help Piers' opposition to the fine. If this fails, the funds will be used to pay the fine.

Anti-mask protesters held up banners calling for an end to social distancing [5G], wearing masks and wanting to stop any coronavirus vaccines

Anti-mask protesters held up banners calling for an end to social distancing [5G], wearing masks and wanting to stop any coronavirus vaccines

One of the protesters had a sign on his guitar that read, "If MPs and scientists could lose their jobs because of Covid, they would soon find that this is not a problem."

One of the protesters had a sign on his guitar that read, "If MPs and scientists could lose their jobs because of Covid, they would soon find that this is not a problem."

This is happening as a second national lockdown is announced tonight.

Boris Johnson is expected to make the announcement at a press conference at 5 p.m.

The dramatic move towards month-long blanket restrictions comes after Sage Committee scientists released # 10 dismal numbers yesterday.

Police attended the rally held to protest Covid restrictions affecting the London hotel industry under Tier 2

Police attended the rally held to protest Covid restrictions affecting the London hotel industry under Tier 2

Piers Corbyn, the older brother of former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn, addressed the crowd that had gathered with a megaphone after a series of anti-lockdown rallies across the country

Piers Corbyn, the older brother of former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn, addressed the crowd that had gathered with a megaphone after a series of anti-lockdown rallies across the country

They showed that Covid is spreading "significantly" faster than even their original "worst-case scenario" forecast.

The scientists – backed by Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Senior Secretary Michael Gove – told them the virus was on track this winter to kill 85,000 people and that it was too late for a "circuit break" lockdown.

Schools are expected to remain open, but a source told The Times that non-essential stores would close.