Protesters in England have raided the train station to support refugees: Kings Cross St Pancras, the international railway station in London, UK, is among the protesters and the police from the group No Borders, which calls on all refugees and immigrants to enter the country. was the scene of the conflicts.
150 protesters who live in inhuman conditions in the camps of Calais in France and want to support refugees trying to smuggle on the Eurostar trains to London where they live better and have better living conditions and better living conditions for refugees every day. St Pancras station police station at the entrance of the police barricade was able to overcome.
However, the police quickly managed to reorganize their ranks and to stop the protesters before they reached the platforms where Eurostar trains were lifted.
Protesters were taken out of the station by police and continued to shout slogans and talk in Granary Square near the station.
Charlie Gilmour, son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, also participated in the protest. In 25, the 2010-aged son, Gilmour, was imprisoned for playing an active role in student actions.
The London Transport Police said in a press release: cr At six o'clock in the evening, a group of protesters arrived at the St Pancras Railway Station and started to perform their actions peacefully. However, a group reached the scene of the incident and started to create problems. Smoke bombs were thrown at the police officers. This group was disbanded by the police and the police officers are still in the station. Bu
Officials said there were no detentions during the action and neither the protesters nor the police officers were injured. A similar protest to support the refugees was held on Saturday at the Place des Fetes station in Paris.