Antifa and Labour supporters attack police officers near Downing Street

Published on 14 December 2019 by Kirsty

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A small group of angry and violent protesters marched through central London to protest against the election result.

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Brave police officers were seen struggling to contain the violent crowd as they protested the British vote that saw almost 14million people vote for Mr Johnson’s government.

Brits were left unimpressed with the demonstrations, with one writing on social media : “I didn’t vote blue. But why are people protesting saying “Boris Out” less than a day after polling closed? Protest against the electorate. They kept him there. You only respect democracy if you get the result you want? “Not your PM”? Well, yeah he is. That’s kinda how it works.”

Another added: “Democracy is only fair if you win eh?? How do they want to decide which government is in power? Shouting the loudest? Protest marches forever more.”

The protesters refused to accept any blame for the disastrous results – and instead tried to pin the devastating loss on Britain’s EU debate.

But an Opinium poll revealed more than a third of voters who had supported Labour in 2017 had defected due to the party’s leadership.

The damning poll also shows just 21 per cent defected away from Labour due to the party’s mixed up stance on Brexit.