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LONDON DEMONSTRATIONS: When and where are Sunday 19 November protests and will roads be shut?

Updated: Nov 18, 2023

London is gearing up for another day of demonstrations on Sunday 19 November. Large crowds are expected to gather across various locations, leading to increased traffic levels, potential disruptions and a further challenge for the capital‘s cabbies.

Between 7am and 7pm, a mobile demonstration will take place along a looped route from Horse Guards Parade to the Cenotaph on Whitehall and back onto Horse Guards Parade. According to Transport for London sources, this demonstration is expected to attract significant numbers of participants and spectators. As a result, motorists are advised to anticipate delays, diversions, and congestion along this route.

Furthermore, from 8am to 4pm, another mobile demonstration will be held from St James' Park to the Cenotaph and then onto Whitehall Place, featuring a military band. This procession is expected to draw large crowds as they march through the heart of the city. Motorists are advised to avoid the affected areas or seek alternative routes to minimise disruptions to their journeys.

The final demonstration of the day will take place in Parliament Square from 4pm to 7pm. This gathering is again expected to attract significant numbers of participants, including various groups advocating for different causes. Those travelling through the Westminster area during this time are advised to plan their journeys accordingly, as congestion and possible road closures are being anticipated.


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