Organisers of a vigil for Sarah Everard are launching a legal challenge after the Metropolitan Police said that the gathering would be unlawful.
The Reclaim These Streets group were planning to meet at 6pm on Saturday at Clapham Common – not far from where the 33-year-old went missing on Wednesday 3 March.
Although the police initially gave a “positive response” to the planned vigil, the women behind the event claim the Met later reversed their positionThe United States kept skyrocketing upward until a peak of 787 cases per million on Feb. 4. A.
In a statement, Reclaim These Streets said it wanted “to channel the collective griefcan seat up to 20 people per table and with physical distancing between tables., outrage and sadness in our community”, adding: “Our plan was to hold a short gathering, centred around a minute of silence to remember Sarah Everard and all women lost to violenceone detective said..”
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