Police respond to reports of illegal street party in west London

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Police respond to reports of illegal street party in west London

"The violence shown towards officers is totally unacceptable and we will not tolerate it in any form", said police commander Colin Wingrove.

Kensington and Chelsea Police tweeted that objects had been thrown at officers breaking up the crowd at the event near Colville Gardens.

"This is what London looks like when the mayor loses control of the streets".

Mr Javid said that the additional officers have been equipped with enhanced personal protective gear and may have teams from the Dog Support Unit with them.

He said the majority of interactions with police at events had been positive.

She added: "My message to those involved in thuggery, threats and criminal damage is that consequences will follow".

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The events were unlawful and should not be happening, she said, warning: "We will come and close them down".

The police said in a statement, "Police were called to Cecilia Road, Lambeth on the evening of Wednesday, 24 June to multiple reports of a large unlicensed music event in the street". But in recent days we have seen large numbers completely flouting the health regulations and breaking the law.

'It is hot. Some people have drunk far too much. Some people are just angry and aggressive and some people are plain violent.

"We will be prepared this weekend", she added.

'Officers will remain in the area in order to provide reassurance'.

"I know the home secretary has already made that clear", he said.

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Police have had to deal with a number of illegal parties and raves as coronavirus lockdown rules have been eased.

On Wednesday in the capital, an unlicensed street party in Brixton turned violent and on Thursday it was Notting Hill.

Footage on social media showed police vehicles smashed and officers pelted with bottles during clashes with a large crowd, with Downing Street condemning the scenes as "appalling".

And a fight erupted among 100 people at a beach in Bridgend, South Wales.

About 140 officers had been injured in the last three weeks, Dick said. Celso Cunha, a virologist in Lisbon, said: "Even if they don't get ill, young people still transmit the virus". We need to be in control and I think we will see a more robust strategy put in place'. "But these illegal raves are obviously unacceptable".

Conservative London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey, pointed to last night's violence and clashes between police and individuals after a Black Lives Matter protest as evidence that Sadiq Khan has lost control of the city. "Respect for the police is gone".

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