David Sládek is Czech independent photojournalist and photodocumentarist living in London and a former reporter for the Czech News Agency. Since moving to London more than a decade ago he has been focusing his photographic work on life of...
Tens of thousands of opponents of current British anti-COVID lockdown marched through the streets of London. Organizers planned the event as a spontaneous mob to avoid police attention. They managed to form several groups in different parts of the city and trick the police who initially wanted to stop them in Hyde Park but ended up walking with the march for several miles before ending on Trafalgar Square. Several arrests were made but police were clearly a lot more light handed than during the Vigil for Sarah Everald in Clapham Common a week ago.