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Protesters wearing ‘Free Assange’ t-shirts have been arrested by police at The Mall outside Buckingham Palace just before the start of the Queen’s Party at the Palace celebrations

  • Eight officers surrounded a man held on the ground
  • A sign that read ‘Free Assange’ was seen right next to the scuffle with the police
  • Another man also wore a t-shirt with the same, with a Guy Fawkes mask
  • Senior royals and many of the country’s leaders are in attendance not far from where the arrest was made, sat in the royal box watching the performances

Police have arrested protesters wearing ‘Free Assange’ t-shirts in The Mall, just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace, just before the start of the Queen’s Platinum Party at the Palace Jubilee celebrations.

Eight officers surrounded a man who was held on the ground while handcuffed.

Another man wearing a Guy Fawkes mask was stopped by police officers at the same spot.

Immediately next to the scuffle was a sign that read ‘Free Assange’. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been in maximum security Belmarsh prison since April 2019 for conspiracy to commit computer hacking.

It happened on the side of The Mall, where hundreds of thousands of people have come out to catch a glimpse of the star-studded lineup for the Queen’s Platinum Party at the Palace.

Senior royals and many of the country’s leaders were in attendance, not far from where the arrest was made, sitting in the royal box as they watched the performances.

Police have arrested protesters wearing ‘Free Assange’ t-shirts in The Mall, just steps from Buckingham Palace, just before the start of the Queen’s Platinum Party at the Palace Jubilee celebrations.

The Queen brought down the house at her own Platinum Jubilee party when she was joined for cream tea by a national treasure – Paddington Bear.

For the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony, James Bond made a famous appearance with the Queen — and now it was everyone’s favorite Peruvian bear’s turn — filmed next to the monarch.

The Queen revealed that she shares Paddington’s love of marmalade sandwiches and keeps an emergency stash in her signature handbag.

Immediately next to the scuffle was a sign that read 'Free Assange'.  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been in maximum security Belmarsh prison since April 2019 for conspiracy to commit computer hacking.  The photo shows a protester being held by the police

Immediately next to the scuffle was a sign that read ‘Free Assange’. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been in maximum security Belmarsh prison since April 2019 for conspiracy to commit computer hacking. The photo shows a protester being held by the police

Another man in a Guy Fawkes mask was arrested at the same spot by police officers

Another man in a Guy Fawkes mask was arrested at the same spot by police officers

The film was screened as the star-studded party in the shadow of Buckingham Palace began, and the Queen and her furry guest had a new way of introducing the first act — by letting the beat of Queen’s We Will Rock You on Chinese teacups. to belong.

Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor paid tribute to the monarch, who did not attend the party, before taking the stage. †

Eight officers surrounded a man held on the ground while handcuffed

Eight officers surrounded a man held on the ground while handcuffed

Thousands queued at The Mall for much of the day for the musical tribute, with Alicia Keys, Hans Zimmer, George Ezra and Eurovision 2022 runner-up Sam Ryder taking the stage.

The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge will also pay tribute to the Queen in front of 22,000 spectators and a television audience of millions.

The concert came at the end of a busy day as the royal family toured the country along with people celebrating the Queen’s 70th reign.

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