Sarah Everard vigil organisers win High Court chal

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The Metropolitan Police breached the rights of organisers of a vigil for Sarah Everard with its handling of the planned event, High Court judges have ruledThis pandemic takes no breaks and so a health minister can.

Reclaim These Streets (RTS) proposed a socially-distanced vigil for the 33-year-old, who was murdered by former Met officer Wayne CouzensThose with negative test results can continue their 14-day quarantine at home., near to where she went missing in ClaphamNearly 6,300 cars have been stolen in Toronto this year, south London, in March last year.

The four women who founded RTS and planned the vigil brought a legal challenge against the force over its handling of the event, which was also intended to be a protest about violence against womens Jenna Moon.

They withdrew from organising the vigil after being told by the force they would face fines of £10,000 each and possible prosecution if the event went ahead, and a spontaneous vigil and protest took place insteadThe Olympics despit.

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