23 October 2020
Saturday 24 October, 12pm, Marble Arch
An Algerian protest is planned at Marble Arch at 12pm.
Saturday 24 October from 12pm, Justice UK March
- The march will start at 12pm at Speaker’s Corner, Hyde Park.
- The following route is anticipated: Hyde Park > Wellington Arch > Green Park > Horse Guards Road > Downing Street.
- It is estimated that there will be 100-150 people in attendance.
- A barrier plan will be in place outside of Downing Street.
Saturday 24 October from 12pm, Save our Rights
- Another march is expected to start at 12pm at Hyde Park.
- There are currently about 4,000 people interested in attending.
- This march may go along Oxford Street, Regent Street towards Covent Garden or via Charing Cross Road. Route to be confirmed.
Suspicious activity in central London
We have received reports of suspicious activity at a number of central London addresses. On separate occasions, an individual has attempted to gain access to private premises claiming to represent the Health and Safety Executive, wearing a high-vis uniform and carrying the attached letter claiming authority to carry out a ‘COVID-19 spot check’ under the auspices of a COVID-19 Health & Safety survey. The HSE have confirmed that this letter is not legitimate.
Please be vigilant for incidents of a similar nature and deny access/escalate any such attempts to the police.
This is the current HSE advice regarding COVID-19 spot checks:
- COVID-19 spot checks are typically carried out by telephone to confirm that a COVID-19 prevention measures are in place.
- These checks are currently outsourced and they would not expect someone to physically attend site from an outsourced company on behalf of the HSE.
- The outsourced company will typically make three attempts of contact via telephone before it is passed back to the HSE.
- If a spot check does happen, the visit would be from an official HSE inspector and therefore they should have the relevant HSE identification.
- If anyone does attend on-site and there are any doubts, DO NOT GIVE ACCESS
- The HSE can be contacted on 0300 790 6787. Lines are open from 08.30am to 5pm.
Friday 23 October 9:30am, Westminster Magistrates Court
- Protest organised by supporters of Piers Corbyn during his Westminster Court case.
- Attendance is currently unknown however the Metropolitan Police are aware of the planned protest. It is possible that attendance will be in the hundreds due to the recent support Piers Corbyn has had during anti-lockdown demonstrations across London.
- Minimal disruption to the area is expected.
- Supporters will likely not be adhering to social-distancing measures.
Saturday 17 October from 1pm, Stand Up to X – March for Freedom
- The group is expected to assemble at Speakers Corner at 1pm and march to Downing Street via Oxford Street.
- 400-500 people are expected to attend but numbers are difficult to predict.
- There will be an proportionate policing plan in place.
- The event will include speeches from prominent members of the anti-lockdown and anti-5G movements, including Piers Corbyn.
- They have expressed the intention to hand out leaflets to small businesses regarding the government failures to support them.
Sunday 11 October from 12pm, Annual Religious Event from The Hussani Association (2nd day):
This will be a static event at Marble Arch. 200 people are anticipated to attend. A policing plan is in place.
Saturday 10 October 1pm, Stop the New Normal and Match the Million March
- Estimated 5,000 people attending.
- Assembling at Speakers Corner Hyde Park marching to Downing Street.
- The exact route has not been provided by the organisers as yet.
- They have given starting time of 1pm for the march.
- A policing plan is in place.
Saturday 10 October 1pm-5pm, StandUpX Protest:
The protest will begin at Hyde Park through to BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place. The exact route is not yet known and numbers are not confirmed. A policing plan is in place.
Saturday 10 October 9am-4pm, Annual Religious Procession from The Hussani Association (1st day): .
- Set up from 9am at Marble Arch.
- Will leave Marble Arch at 2pm and walk north up Edgware Road to Paddington Green.
- Edgware Road will be closed for 2 hours to northbound through traffic.
- Expected to finish at 4pm.
- 1,000 people are anticipated to attend.
- A policing plan is in place.
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