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Man attempts to climb Downing Street security gate

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Man attempts to climb Downing Street security gate

Man attempts to climb Downing Street security gate

A man is arrested after he tries to scale the security gates to British Prime Minister Theresa May's residence, amid a protest calling for Brexit.

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Man attempts to climb Downing Street security gate

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) London police arrested a man on Friday (March 29) after he attempted to scale the security gates to Downing Street, the residence of British Prime Minister Theresa May.

The arrest comes on a day when thousands of Brexiteers marched through Central London, as lawmakers in Parliament strongly rejected May's Brexit deal for a third time.

Later in the evening there was a small stand-off between the police and supporters of far-right activist Tommy Robinson, as around 100 people protested outside May's office shouting "We want Brexit!

We want Brexit!".

London's police force said it had arrested five protesters as of 2100 GMT.




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