David Sládek is a Czech independent photojournalist living in London and a former reporter for the Czech News Agency. Since moving to London more than a decade and a half ago he has been focusing his photographic work on people, their lives...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Journalist, Publisher, Documentary, Photography, Civil Rights and Social Inequality
Documentary, KillTheBill, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Workers Rights
Thousands took to the streets of London on Saturday to support the workers' day and other social causes. By far the biggest part of the protest was occupied by the Kill the Bill movement against the new police, crime, sentencing and courts bill. After gathering in Trafalgar Square, protesters, led by Sisters Uncut, marched past Buckingham Palace then pass the Department for Education to make a stop at the Home Office and continue to Vauxhall Gardens, where the protest ended with a rave party. Sisters Uncut mobilised a doubledecker bus for part for of the journey. Police was present in central London in large numbers but clearly decided for a lighter handed approach resulting in peaceful start to finish.