Johnson said he would not tolerate the offenses for protests
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he will not support those who for the sake of protest violates the rules of social distancing and breaking the law.
Earlier, the head of the interior Ministry Priti Patel reported that a total of 137 thousand people took to Britain's participation in the actions for the rights of blacks, 135 people were detained. At the hands of protesters injured 36 police officers.
He stressed that the heads of the most ethnically diverse government in history, and that Britain has come a long way in overcoming racism, though much remains to be done.
Police during the protests suffered, mostly, from the beating, several were wounded throw them in glass bottles. On Saturday, the radicals threw a Bicycle into a group of mounted police, one of the horses was frightened and suffered, and was it a female police officer hit the lights and fell to the ground. She was taken to the hospital with a collapsed lung, broken ribs and a broken collarbone. Saturday evening and Sunday after the March and rally, hooligans threw to the police firecrackers and flares, interfere with the movement of the police car and insulted standing in the cordon of officers.
After protests the unknown put the racist inscription on the monument of Winston Churchill in Parliament square, and during a rally in Bristol protesters piled with pedestal and threw into the Bay the monument to merchant, philanthropist and MP Edward Colston, who in the seventeenth century, engaged in the slave trade. The monument to Churchill managed to wash, monument Colston still lies at the bottom of Bristol Bay.