Four people are detained as protestors rush PM Rishi Sunak’s house.

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Four people are detained as protestors rush PM Rishi Sunak’s house.

Within a minute of the suspects entering the UK PM’s property, according to the police, they were taken into custody.
At the Kirby Sigston, North Yorkshire, constituency residence of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, four persons have been taken into custody on charges of aggravated trespass.
Four people are detained as protestors rush PM Rishi Sunak's house.
Britain’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak delivers a speech to announce the date of the UK’s general election, at 10 Downing Street in central London, on May 22. — AFP

Within a minute of the suspects entering the property, according to the police, they were taken into custody.

According to North Yorkshire Police, “They were detained at around 12.40pm before being escorted off the property and arrested on suspicion of aggravated trespass.” The people, who are 20 years old from Chichester, 21 years old from Manchester, 43 years old from Bolton, and 52 years old from London, are being questioned by police right now.

The horrifying scene of a protester peeing in Sunak’s lake while targeting his own North Yorkshire home was captured on camera. The protest was intended to draw attention to the problems of Israeli arms sales and river contamination.

An extremist activist group called Youth Demand, which originated from Just Stop Oil and Extinction Rebellion, stormed into the Prime Minister’s Northallerton mansion.

Oliver Clegg, a 21-year-old campaigner, shocked everyone by wading into the lake and appearing to urinate. Manchester student Clegg has already taken part in prior protests.

A news release from Youth Demand described the performance as a “thank you and parting gift to Rishi Sunak.”

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