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Security breach: Four people arrested for allegedly trespassing on grounds of British PM Rishi Sunak’s home



Four individuals have been taken into custody at the constituency residence of UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in North Yorkshire. The police responded swiftly, apprehending the men within a minute of their unauthorized entry into the property grounds. The suspects are being held on allegations of aggravated trespass.
Reports suggest that a youth activist wearing an ‘Eat s*** Rishi’ shirt staged a protest at the Prime Minister’s mansion.
A group called Youth Demand posted video showing a member it said defecated in the pond on Sunak’s property.
The incident comes just over a week before the UK’s general election that will determine if Sunak remains in power. Polls and pundits have predicted the Labour Party to take control after 14 years of Conservative rule.
Youth Demand said it is calling for a two-way arms embargo on Israel and for the next UK government to revoke oil and gas licenses granted since 2021.

North Yorkshire Police released a statement, saying: “We have arrested four people in the grounds of the prime minister’s constituency home this afternoon. Our officers were with the four men within one minute of them entering the grounds.
“They were detained at around 12:40 pm before being escorted off the property and arrested on suspicion of aggravated trespass. The men aged 52 from London, 43 from Bolton, 21 from Manchester, and 20 from Chichester, remain in police custody for questioning and enquiries are ongoing.”
This incident follows a previous occurrence last summer when protesters climbed onto the roof of Sunak’s home, displaying “no new oil” banners while the Prime Minister and his family were vacationing in California.





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