Five have been arrested at one of many nation’s greatest celebrations in London as 1000’s of Brexiteers gathered in Parliament Square on Friday night.
Kevin Murphy, 52, was arrested and charged with being drunk and disorderly and legal injury, the Metropolitan Police mentioned.
He has been remanded in custody to attend Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Saturday, 1 February.
A person, 28, was arrested for being drunk and disorderly and a 52-year-old was arrested for a similar offence, as properly as obstructing a constable.
Another man, 33, was arrested beneath Section 5 of the Public Order Act and for failing to look.
A person, 47, was additionally arrested on suspicion of threatening behaviour however was later launched from custody and won’t face any additional motion.
One man, 25, was additionally arrested in reference to a minor dysfunction offence in Glasgow City Centre.
Scotland Police Superintendent Mark Sutherland mentioned: ‘On Friday, 31 January 2020, officers have been in attendance at varied Brexit associated occasions which came about in Glasgow City Centre.
‘A proportionate policing response was put in place to make sure public security and minimise disruption to the broader metropolis centre group.
‘The occasions handed peacefully with just one arrest of a 25-year-old man in reference to a minor dysfunction offence on Buchannan Street.
‘He has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal.’
The Police Service of Northern Ireland mentioned there had been no arrests at a celebration in Belfast.
Emotions ran excessive on Friday as British people each celebrated and commiserated Brexit Day.
Pictures present jubilant partygoers popping champagne in Parliament Square, whereas candlelit vigils have been held in lots of cities and cities throughout the nation.
The UK is now at a ‘turning point’ as it enters an 11-month transition interval wherein it should work out a brand new relationship with the EU.
Boris Johnson mentioned January 31 was ‘an extraordinary turning point in the life of this country.’
The prime minister added: ‘Let us come together now to make the most of all the opportunities Brexit will bring – and let’s unleash the potential of the entire UK.’