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In a second national day of action, protesters are preparing to take to the streets across the country this weekend to oppose the Police and Crime bill

The opposition to the Police and Crime bill continues to grow and after widespread day of action on 3 April, protesters will again be taking to the streets this Saturday 17 April. Protests are happening in towns and cities across the country. Download this poster to take with you to your nearest protest and/or to stick on your window: Colour / Black and White

Below is a list of protests that have been called so far. You can stay up to date and find out more from Kill the Bill: Instagram: @killthebill_official / Twitter: @kill_bill_uk / Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

There will be another day of action on Saturday 1 May, look out for details, and later The People's Assembly have called a national demonstration on 26 June.

List of protests:

Saturday 17 April

Aberystwyth, Wales: Clock Tower, town square, 1pm
Barnstaple, Devon: Barnstaple Square, 1pm
Bath: Bath Abbey Courtyard, 2pm
Birmingham: Victoria Square, 2pm
Bournemouth: Bournemouth Square, 1pm
Brighton: The Level, 1pm
Bristol: College Green, 2pm
Carbis Bay, Cornwall: Carbis Beach, 1:30pm
Cardiff: Bute Park Stone Circle, 2pm
Cheltenham: Magistrates Court, 95 St George's Road, GL50 3PF, 2pm
Coventry: Broadgate, 1pm
Doncaster: Gresley Square, 11am
Dorchester: South Street, 11am
Exeter: Bedford Square, 1pm
Folkestone: Leas Banstand, 1pm
Glasgow: George Square, 1pm
Kings Lynn: Outside Primark, 12pm
Lancaster: Dalton Square, 6pm
Liverpool: Williamson Square, 12pm
London: Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, 1pm
Lowestoft, Suffolk: Opposite W H Smith, 12pm
Luton: Market Hill, 1pm
Manchester: St Peters Square, 1pm
Middlesbrough: Town Square, 12pm
Newcastle: Monument, 1pm
Norwich: Norwich City Hall, 1pm
Oxford: Bonn Square, 2pm
Pembrokeshire, Wales: The Picton, 1pm
Plymouth: Charles Cross Police Station, 2pm
Portsmouth: Southsea Bandstand, 12pm
Reading: Forbury Gardens, 2pm
Sheffield: Devonshire Green, 1pm
Southampton: Guildhall Square, 2pm
Stoke-on-Trent: Hanley Bus Station, 1pm
Swindon: Outside Regents Circus, 2pm
Taunton: Market House, Taunton Town Centre, 1pm
Waltham Forest, London: Leytonstone Tube Station, Grove Green Road, 1pm
Winchester: Top of the high street, outside the police station, 1pm
York: Parliament Street, 1pm

Sunday 18 April

Leeds: Hyde Park, 2pm
Tooting, London: Bickley Street, 1pm

Saturday 24 April

Guildford: Assemble opposite Holy Trinity Church, Guildford High Street, 1pm (march to Surrey Police Station at 1:30pm)

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