London(IP): Thousands of British people staged "Britain is broken" protests on Saturday.

Iran PressEurope: Thousands of people in Britain joined protest against the crisis of inflation, the election of the prime minister without people's votes, the crisis of distrust in politicians and numerous economic problems, in the streets of central London to 10 Downing Street, with the slogan "Britain is broken".

Political and economic disturbances, scandals and unpopular government policies (this year three prime ministers have come to office with three conservative governments), very little economic growth and the problems caused by BREXIT continue, but the government of this country is trying to increase the military budget and It is the construction of new nuclear weapons and the modernization of nuclear systems.

Londoners' protests were held on Saturday evening with the presence of various groups and different walks of people, and these groups announced that now is the time to hold general elections so that the British people, instead of the conservative ruling party, determine the future of the country.

So far, about half a million people have signed an electronic petition with the aim of holding a general election in the United Kingdom, which the ruling conservative party has opposed.

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Protests in London held anti-government placards and demanded the ouster of the ruling conservative party from power.

They also criticized the fact that Rishi Sunak, the new British Prime Minister, the richest person in the Parliament of this country, is thinking of reducing the taxes of the rich and increasing the taxes of the common people.

Protesters with different slogans such as "end the inflation crisis", "reduce bonuses and increase wages", "tax the rich and increase public welfare", "end fuel poverty", "nationalize the country's infrastructure" ", "Throw away the anti-demonstration and anti-union laws", "End the housing shortage crisis", "Stop privatizing healthcare", they insisted on their demands and emphasized the necessity of its implementation.

After gathering by the River Thames, the protesters moved towards central London and gathered in front of the British Prime Minister's office and then the historic Trafalgar Square.

Trafalgar Square, 



A number of protestors, in told Iranpress correspondent in London, emphasized the inefficiency of the British government in solving economic problems, especially the high cost of energy.

A number of politicians and trade union activists, including Jeremy Corbyn, the former leader of the British Labor Party, and Mick Lynch, the General Secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers, delivered speech during the anti-government demonstrations and criticized the policies of the conservative government.

Members of the British trade union, who started a series of strikes this summer in protest against the government's economic policies, are going to plan another series of strikes in the coming days.

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