52 arrests made during King Charles III's coronation celebrations

On coronation day, the Metropolitan Police made 52 arrests for offences that included disrupting public order and conspiracy to cause a public nuisance. Critics have claimed that the police were too heavy-handed with peaceful protestors. Police had warned that their tolerance for any disruption would be low, and that they would deal “robustly” with any attempts to undermine the celebration. However, Commander Karen Findlay defended the police’s actions, explaining that the coronation was a once-in-a-generation event and that this was a key consideration in their assessment.



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