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Seven police officers Hurt in London as Bars reopens in England

Police officers were greeted with”bricks and other missiles” because they attempted to split an undercover music event at West London in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Seven officers sustained injuries, though their scale wasn’t shown by London’s MET Authorities.

“Officers tried to engage the audience to be able to make them leave the place but the team became aggressive”, the police said, adding that they were dispersed at around 1.15 am local time.

No arrests have been made up to now.

The episode is the most current in a string of illegal parties from the British capital within the last few weeks which have escalated into violence.

Last week, 22 police officers were injured after clashes in a street party in the Brixton district. Another amassing in Notting Hill in west London also contributed to violence.

England has reopened restaurants and pubs on Saturday following three and a half a year – exclusion made for town Leicester, that will be undergoing additional restrictions following a disease spike – however, gatherings continue to be confined to a maximum of six individuals.

Besides the reopening of a lot of the hospitality industry, couples can tie the knot once more, individuals can visit their regional cinema and finally get a haircut.

Boris Johnson on Friday urged people to not”blow” attempts made to tackle the pandemic because the nation is”not out of the woods yet”.

Also, he affirmed that the government will choose neighborhood lockdowns instead of nationwide restrictions in the event of fresh outbreaks in the forthcoming months.

The UK remains Europe’s worst-hit nation in the COVID-19 crisis, accounting for over 44,000 deaths and over 285,000 cases.

The government on Saturday echoed the prime minister’s appeal for caution advocating people to follow limitations and maintain social-distancing due to their”health and security”.