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Jolyon Rubinstein leads chant of "f*** Boris Johnson" at Black Lives Matter march in London

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Jolyon Rubinstein leads chant of 'f*** Boris Johnson' at Black Lives Matter march in London

Jolyon Rubinstein leads chant of "f*** Boris Johnson" at Black Lives Matter march in London

Actor Jolyon Rubinstein joined Black Lives Matter protesters in central London on Sunday (June 28).

Rubinstein, best known for creating the BBC Three satirical show 'The Revolution Will Be Televised', led a chant of "f*** Boris Johnson" & "Boris Johnson is a racist" as the march travelled down Regent Street.

The actor also claimed "imperialism is at the heart of British culture" and chanted "defund the police".

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