The protesters have no right to attack the police. About it on June 7 on Twitter said Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
“People have the right to protest peacefully, respecting social distance, but have no right to attack the police. These demonstrations have been undermined by banditry and they are a betrayal of the cause to which they are called to serve. The sacrament will be brought to justice”, – he wrote.
People have a right to protest peacefully & while observing social distancing but they have no right to attack the police. These demonstrations have been subverted by thuggery – and they are a betrayal of the cause they purport to serve. Those responsible will be held to account.
— Boris Johnson #StayAlert (@BorisJohnson) June 7, 2020