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Extinction Rebellion: High Court rules London protest ban 'unlawful'

BBC News Wednesday, 6 November 2019 ()
The group wins a High Court challenge against the Metropolitan Police over a London-wide ban on protests.
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Metropolitan Police's ban was 'unlawful', judges ruled.

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