Firework explodes as horses charge at protesters in Bristol 'Kill the Bill' protest

Police chase protesters in Cabot Circus in Bristol and a firework exploded in front of police as horses charged. Bristol police made arrests as they clashed with demonstrators during the latest 'Kill the Bill' protest on Friday night (March 26). Riot police had formed a line outside Bridewell Police Station, scene of violence last Sunday. Avon and Somerset Police tweeted on Friday evening: "Projectiles, including eggs and glass bottles, are being thrown at officers. Protestors are also pulling at officers’ shields while lasers are being shone in their faces. We will not tolerate violent disorder. Arrests have been made." Parts of the the Police and Crime Bill have been criticised by civil liberty groups as a way of restricting and clamping down of protests.