Up to 25 protesters shook the crowd as they tried to flee police, breaking security measures at the Mall and breaking Trooping the Color and disrupting the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The police ran over the obstacles to the place where the parade was to take place.
Two huge protesters – from Animal Rebellion – were able to sit in the middle of the Mall as the band approached.
Agents turned their backs on him as he completely avoided the musicians, applauding the police and applauding the activists.
Minutes later, Animal Rebellion tweeted proudly: “Animal Rebel is interrupting the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, demanding the restoration of the Royal Territory.
“This summer, we’re taking more action than ever against the dairy industry, and we need you.”
The moment they jumped on the road over the fences they posted on Instagram.
Beau King Houston, among those taking action, said: “The royal family has had decades to focus on a fair transition to plant-based agriculture and has not done so.
‘This transition is sensible and simple, we all win. Today, 76% of agricultural land could be in the forest and absorb carbon from the atmosphere.
“This would restore nature, save billions of animals and present a solution to the climate emergency, all in one action.”
Enthusiastic Royal fan scolds Animal Rebellion protester for arresting officers this morning
The fury of the Queen’s fans: The demonstrators received more condemnation and annoyance when the police rose today.
Jeers greets some of the protesters who tried to obstruct the Queen’s homage today
Two horrific protesters – from Animal Rebellion – were able to sit in the middle of the mall for a second.
A total of about 25 people were expected to sit in the center of the Mall to obstruct the route.
Five people were seen arrested here next to the Mall, it is not clear whether they came to the same list to protest.
Demonstrators said the Crown’s alleged lack of action was due to the climate emergency and the continued protection of meat, fishing and milk, the main cause of the climate breakdown.
Activists have accused the Crown, one of the country’s largest landowners, of continuing to support the meat, fishing and dairy industries.
Demonstrators say these sectors and industries are the main drivers of the climate crisis.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: “People who tried to enter the ceremonial path of The Mall today at approximately 10:10 am have been arrested.
“The arrests were related to public order due to highway obstacles.”
Thousands of people are wearing Union Jack flags, party hats and plastic tiaras at the Mall to watch Trooping the Color in the warm sun.
Animal Rebellion proudly tweeted, “This summer, we’re taking more action than ever against the Dairy industry, and we need you!”
Police attacks an intruder who tried to break the safety of Mall before the Colooping ceremony.
Officers stormed the fence to the scene of the parade, shortly after the breach opened at 10 p.m.
An elderly man wearing a crown could be seen arrested by police a few moments ago when he was shot.
Some in front of them brought camping tents as they arrived before 8pm on Wednesday to get to the best spot.
There was a great deal of enthusiasm among the people as members of the crowd chatted and joked with the police about keeping the perimeter.
Several hand-made posters hung on the fences, one of which said nothing but “thank you.”
Dedicated royalists will see the traditional Trooping the Color from the famous street from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace.
The military ceremony – which has been used to celebrate the official birthday of a British king for 160 years – will be performed by the Irish Guards of the 1st Battalion, as well as more than 1,500 officers and soldiers of the Home Division.
Prince Charles will greet him, along with Prince William, a regimental colonel, and Princess Anne.
Fans across the country who aren’t lucky enough to have a place at The Mall will be able to watch the events on the giant screens of nearby St James Park or at Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh or Bute Park in Cardiff.
More than 350 horses and hundreds of military musicians will take part in the parade, and members of the Royal Family will ride horses and carriages from the Mall to the Horse Guard parade, where the ceremony will take place.
In a show of resilience that has broken her record, the Queen has vowed to make two appearances on the balcony of Buckingham Palace today, the first day of her Jubilee celebrations.
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