On the evening of 3 July in London Hammersmith clash of parties music parties with the police, who arrived on the complaints of local residents. On 4 July informed the police of the British capital.
The party broke quarantine restrictions, so the police tried to stop her. However, “the crowd became hostile” and started to throw in guards of a number of subjects.
According to the Deputy assistant Commissioner Lawrence Taylor, in police, in particular, threw stones and bricks.
The police said that he had suffered a total of 11 law enforcement officers, two of them broken bones.
The party was overclocked to 1.15, said in a statement to the police.
About arrested is not reported.
Commutation of quarantine 4 July, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on 23 June during a speech in Parliament.
The UK is one of the most affected by the coronavirus countries in the world: in total contracted more than 286 thousand people, of which 44 283 died.