Updated on 23 July 2019
Several civil society groups have called for a protest in London on Wednesday,
24 July, to protest the election of Britain’s new Prime Minister Boris Johnson as leader of
the Conservative Party, announced Tuesday, 23 July. Participants plan to gather at Russell
Square from 17:30 hours. At least 3400 people are expected to attend. Demonstrations are
possible in other locations.
A heightened security presence and localized transportation disruptions are to be expected
around the protest site.
Large crowds or demonstration
Traffic delays, especially near protest sites
Roads blocked by participants with little to no notice
Increased security near demonstration sites
Mitigating Factors to Apply:
Avoid all protests, demonstrations, and large crowds, which have the possibility of turning violent
Exercise caution if unexpectedly in the vicinity of large gatherings or protests.
Allow extra time for travel
Depicted in the map (yellow runner) is the above-mentioned location expecting crowds:
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