Protesters block M32 at Kill the Bill march in Bristol

Source: Daily Mail Online - View Original Article
Published: Apr 04, 2021
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Policy Leaning Analysis:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of -100% Liberal:

  • 4 positive sentiments and 37 negative sentiments for Police funding.
  • 2 negative sentiments for Black Lives Matter Protest


Politician Portrayal Analysis:

This article includes the following Politician Portrayal sentiments, providing an average sentiment of 100% Negative and bias score of N/A:

8 negative sentiments and 1 positive sentiment for Donald Trump
1 positive sentiment for Joe Biden


Policies:

Black Lives Matter Protest
Police funding

Politicians:

Donald Trump
Joe Biden

Sentiments

  •   Liberal
12% "In London, police warned, 'enforcement action will be taken, if needed, in the interests of public health'.""
6% "The rally, watched by police in Tactical Aid vehicles as well as officers on foot, took place under a 48-hour police dispersal order for ..."
4% "He was held by police but later let go.""
0% "A crowd of demonstrators are seen marching at a 'Kill the Bill protest in Bristol, south west England, on Saturday evening more videos 1 2 ..."
-2% "Meanwhile, more than 400 Kill The Bill protesters today marched through Manchester city centre (pictured) watched by police in Tactical Aid vehicles as well ..."
-4% "Police confront protestors with a bus seen in the background during a Kill the Bill demonstration on Saturday in London""

We have listed the top 10 sentiments. More sentiments do exist. Please review the full article for more information.



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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

56% : In London, police warned, 'enforcement action will be taken, if needed, in the interests of public health'.
53% : The rally, watched by police in Tactical Aid vehicles as well as officers on foot, took place under a 48-hour police dispersal order for the entire city centre.
52% : Police officers form a line across a street in Bristol's city centre with a dispersal order issued after protesters marched again last night
52% : He was held by police but later let go.
50% : A crowd of demonstrators are seen marching at a 'Kill the Bill protest in Bristol, south west England, on Saturday evening more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Police form a cordon as darkness falls and demonstrators march on a main road during a 'Kill the Bill' protest in Bristol
49% : Arrests were being made after they turned down requests to leave, police said.
49% : Meanwhile, more than 400 Kill The Bill protesters today marched through Manchester city centre (pictured) watched by police in Tactical Aid vehicles as well as officers on foot
48% : Protestors tussle with police in Bristol during a demonstration against new policing powers sought by the government
48% : The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill would give police in England and Wales more power to impose conditions on peaceful protests
48% : Police confront protestors with a bus seen in the background during a Kill the Bill demonstration on Saturday in London
47% : Protestors tussle with police in Bristol yesterday evening during a demonstration against a new policing powers bill More than 1,000 people attended Bristol's Kill the Bill protest, according to Avon and Somerset Police, who added that the event was mostly peaceful
46% : Dozens of police with riot helmets had arrived in Westminster as protesters continued the stand-off with officers.
46% : Since the bill was brought before parliament last month, there have been sporadic protests, notably in Bristol, southwest England, where demonstrations turned violent The 'national weekend of action' has spread beyond the capital to cities including Newcastle, Liverpool, Brighton, Bristol and Manchester - where police said a number of 'peaceful' protests took police
44% : The 'national weekend of action' has spread beyond the capital to cities including Newcastle, Liverpool, Brighton, Bristol and Manchester - where police said a number of 'peaceful' protests took police.
44% : Police officers stand guard as demonstrators block a motorway during a 'Kill the Bill' protest in Bristol on Saturday night
44% : Tram passenger Mike Horton, 43, said: 'There were lots of police and then they jumped on a few protesters.
42% : The order gives police the power to tell a person engaged in anti-social behaviour, or who is likely to engage in anti-social behaviour, to leave a specified area - but it expired at 3pm.
41% : Police officers are seen restraining a demonstrator during a 'Kill the Bill' protest in central London this afternoon Police scuffle with a crowd of protestors during a Kill the Bill protest near Parliament Square in central London this afternoon A demonstrator is seen holding a red smoke flare at the 'Kill the Bill' protest n London with the Houses of Parliament seen in the background
41% : Police officers surround demonstrators lying on the road as they take part in the protest.
41% : Police officers hold back demonstrators near Trafalgar Square in central London as they detain one during the protest
40% : A woman is detained by police during a 'Kill the Bill' protest in central London.
40% : A protestor blocking a road is detained by police during the 'Kill the Bill' protest held in opposition to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
40% : Protestors attended the demonstration in Parliament Square, central London, against the Government's proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill that will give police more power to shut down protests
39% : Protestors and police officers pictured in Parliament Square, central London, during today's Kill the Bill protest.
39% : Police intervene as protestors attempt to stop a delivery truck during the 'Kill the Bill' protest held in opposition to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts
39% : Police have braced for weekend of chaos with more rallies set to take place in towns and cities across the UK.
39% : On Saturday, activists, climate change campaigners, and the Black Lives Matter movement said they would join 'kill the bill' rallies in London (pictured) more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video Watch video
38% : The bill would give police in England and Wales more power to impose conditions on non-violent protests - including those deemed too noisy or a nuisance, with those convicted liable to fines or jail terms.
38% : Police were also seen taking away a young woman crying out in pain following clashes at the demo, which began after people marched to Trafalgar Square, with her friends saying she had sustained an injury to her shoulder.
38% : A police officer fires pepper spray as scuffles erupt between Kill the Bill protestors and police in Parliament Square today protestors take part in a demonstration by Hyde Park against the Government's proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
38% : Protesters had sat on tram tracks and police had to apologise after one woman's underwear was exposed when she was dragged away.
37% : In a statement, the Met Police said tonight: 'At this stage, 26 people have been arrested for a variety of offences including assault on police and breach of the peace.
37% : The protest passed off peacefully with a handful of police officers observing the event from a distance but graffiti carrying the Kill The Bill was daubed on the city's war memorial.
36% : Bottles and missiles were thrown as police with riot helmets fired pepper spray and held batons aloft, screaming for the crowd to 'get back'.
36% : Police officers form a cordon to free a delivery truck being stopped by demonstrators during the protest in central London
36% : A protestor appears injured as police intervene during the 'Kill the Bill' protest in central London, where demonstrators gathered at Hyde Park and marched towards Parliament Square
35% : The Metropolitan Police later said that ten officers had been injured, 'none of these are believed to be serious', and that 26 people had been arrested for a variety of offences including assault on police and breach of the peace.
35% : Projectiles were thrown as police pushed protesters away and at least one officer was injured in the scuffle
34% : On Saturday, activists, climate change campaigners, and the Black Lives Matter movement said they would join 'kill the bill' rallies in London and other towns and cities including Manchester, Leeds, Brighton and Bristol.
33% : A separate group in Parliament Square was seen demonstrating with anti-sexism slogans, including 'educate your sons' and 'misogyny is the virus', chanting 'women scared everywhere, police and Government do not care'.
32% : A woman can be seen holding what appears to be a sharpened piece of wood during the Kill the Bill protest in central London on Saturday Police stand together during the Bristol protest last night.
32% : The remaining protesters marched down Whitehall to Trafalgar Square, where violent scuffles broke out with police.
32% : The group that gathered in Parliament Square (pictured), London, chanted 'women scared everywhere, police and Government do not care'
30% : Prime Minister Boris Johnson criticised what he described as 'disgraceful attacks' on officers, but protesters have accused police of using heavy-handed tactics.

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