Andrew Banks, 28, admitted urinating beside the memorial to the officer, who was stabbed to death in the 2017 Westminster terror attack.
Demonstrators lay on the street outside the Dominic Cummings' home to protest the government’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
Chris Hobbs said lockdown was "not the time" to protest after thousands marched across London to demand justice for George Floyd.
Members of Direct Action Everywhere wore all black as they held a moment’s silence in protest of the “violence of a Christmas meal”.
Hundreds of schoolchildren have taken time off school to take part in climate change protests across the UK.
Jonathan Bartley clashed with talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer over whether children should take time off school to attend climate rallies.
The man who brought St Pancras International station in London to a standstill has been sentenced to a year in jail.
A police officer has been stood down after he was charged with assault at a London rally staged by ‘yellow vest’ pro-Brexit activists.
A group of 27 Extinction Rebellion activists have faced court as the system continues to deal with those arrested during April protests.
Courts are preparing for an influx of Extinction Rebellion protesters who were arrested during demonstrations earlier this year.
Conservative MP Peter Bottomley has praised Foreign Office minister Mark Field for removing a protester from a dinner in London on Thursday night.
Parents protesting against LGBT teaching at a Birmingham primary school have vowed to continue their campaign despite an injunction.
An organiser of anti-Trump protests has said that the US President’s involvement in a D-Day commemoration event is an “insult” to veterans.
The chief executive of Friends of the Earth has said that he supports the Extinction Rebellion protests in London because people “have to do more than just signing petitions” to stop climate change.
Dancing police officers at last night’s climate change protest in London have left their boss feeling "disappointed".
Londoners face a fourth day of disruption as environmental protesters vow to maintain roadblocks across the capital despite over 300 arrests.
Activists from Extinction Rebellion are staging a protest on the Docklands Light Railway in London today.
The deputy leader of the Green Party has said that environmental protesters, who continue to disrupted traffic in London, are “ordinary people who need to be heard”.
More than 100 people have been arrested in London as police deal with continuing climate change protests, Scotland Yard said.
Around 100 people have turned out to take part in a protest against Brunei's anti-LGBT laws in central London.
Coroners should be free to act "without attack or intimidation", the chief coroner's office said after five people were arrested for storming a west London coroner's court.
Security guards at the Palace of Westminster have called off a 24-hour strike on Wednesday after successful talks with the House of Commons Commission.
Hundreds of Extinction Rebellion campaigners have poured fake blood outside Downing Street in protest at the government's approach to climate change.
Protesters are gathering near the BBC's Salford headquarters ahead of a planned Tommy Robinson demonstration.
Two people have been arrested after demonstrators filled a pool outside the Home Office with fake blood in protest of the government's deportation flights.
Protesters have gathered in London for a “yellow vest” inspired anti-austerity march.
Political commentator Peter Oborne has said that “the whole political class gets upset” when people of “politically acceptable views get attacked” but not when it is people of “non-politically correct views”.
A protest has been held outside the Department for Transport's head office to call for guarantees that new ferry services aimed at easing pressure on Dover after Brexit will be crewed by UK seafarers.
Fifteen protesters who cut through Stansted Airport’s fence and locked themselves together around a chartered deportation plane have been found guilty of an aviation security offence following a nine-week trial.
Hundreds of animal right campaigners have taken to central London to demand the end of the fur trade in the UK.
George Barda, the spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion, the group responsible for causing disruption to London traffic this week, has said that “unless you are Donald Trump” there is no doubt climate change is caused by carbon emissions “pumped out” by humans.
Toni Shephard, the Executive Director of Animal Equality UK has said that foie gras “is one of the cruellest food items” people can eat and that it is “hypocritical” the UK continues to import it, whilst its production is banned.
Jamie Kelsey Fry from Extinction Rebellion, a climate change group, has said that his organisation is made up of “the 99%” not “middle-class lefties” and that they have people from “all backgrounds”.
A number of climate change activists have been arrested after staging protests in Westminster, including trying to block Downing Street.
A group of environmental activists have occupied the government building for the Department Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, in a protest against fracking.
Gender Justice Specialist Natalie Collins has said hundreds walking out of Google are calling to an end to “pay and opportunity inequality” because pay structures tell women, they “value men more than women”.
Cuadrilla temporarily halted fracking at its site in Lancashire after a “tiny” tremor was felt, the energy company has said.
As prison officers across the country strike in protest of rising violence in prisons, the General Secretary of the the Prison Officers' Association says he wants to see 'clear commitments from government'
Peter Tatchell has been arrested in Moscow after staging a one-man protest near the Kremlin.
Labour MP Ian Austin says Labour Party leaders need to wake up and understand how serious anti-Semitism is
Many have been angered that the UK is to effectively remain subject to the EU's Common Fisheries Policy in the transition period
Tabarnia supporters are trying to show the 'absurdity' of those calling for Catalan independence
Politicians from the Alternative for Germany party will attend the first sitting of the recently elected parliament in the country on Wednesday
Six police officers were injured during a protest over the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa