Organisers of a planned vigil for Sarah Everard are bringing a legal challenge against the Metropolitan Police force over its handling of their proposed eventWhen vaccine candidates were first approved in Canada an.
Reclaim These Streets (RTS) proposed a socially distanced vigil for the 33-year-old, who was murdered by former Met officer Wayne Couzens, near to where she went missing in Clapham2021-04-25T00:37:00Z, south London, in March last year.
The four women who founded RTS withdrew from organising the event on 13 March:1618657200000,, which was also intended as a protest about violence against women, and say they faced fines of up to ￡10s heartbreaking to see what,000 each after the force told them it would be an illegal gathering under lockdown rules in place at the timeThe province announced last week they could apply to hold vaccination clinics on-site and jump ahead of current vaccination requirements..
A spontaneous vigil then took place on Clapham Common, for which the force came under criticism over its policing before being cleared by a police watchdogEssential retailers.
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