Arrests Made at Anti-Lockdown Protest in Bristol

Arrests were made as hundreds of anti-lockdown protesters marched through downtown Bristol on November 14, local police said.

Avon and Somerset Police tweeted the “gathering is unlawful and is putting others at risk.”

Piers Corbyn, brother of Jeremy Corbyn, was arrested after speaking at the rally, Twitter users reported.

In a statement following the protests, police said 14 total arrests were made, with a majority for breaches of coronavirus regulations. Credit: @bensince96 via Storyful