Anti-mask protesters descend on London calling for lockdown to end hours after new restrictions.

Thousands of anti-mask protesters descended on London today calling for "freedom" as the capital entered tougher lockdown rules.

The group marched through Hyde Park and Oxford Street demanding an end to lockdown.

They held up placards reading "Covid-19 equals control" and "lockdown kills" while shunning protective face masks.

The agitators were flanked by police officers as they made their way through central London.

Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers, who was previously fined £10,000 for organising a rally, was also in attendance.

He could be seen shouting into a megaphone with his fist raised in the air.

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