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Riot police struggled to wipe out another London block party today after police were attacked during a violent street party in Brixton.

Video footage shows a big party in West Kilburn as police fought revelers with shields and batons while loud music was heard.

Helicopters circled above us earlier, while the crowd “refused to leave” after the officers first signed up with them at 3:00 p.m.

A section 60 order was put in place around the Mozart Estate area until 6 am tomorrow, giving the police additional powers to stop and search.

It comes after a week of violence during several illegal holidays during the June mini-heat wave which saw temperatures rise to 90F.

Riot police struggled to wipe out another London block party today after officers were attacked during a violent street party in Brixton

A section 60 order has been put in place around the Mozart Estate in West Kilburn until 6 a.m. tomorrow, giving the police additional powers of control and search

A section 60 order was put in place around the Mozart Estate in West Kilburn until 6:00 am tomorrow, granting police additional control and search powers

Video footage shows large party in West Kilburn as police fought revelers with shields and batons while loud music sounded

Video footage shows large party in West Kilburn as police fought revelers with shields and batons while loud music sounded

Video footage shows large party in West Kilburn as police fought revelers with shields and batons while loud music sounded

It occurs after a week of violence during several illegal holidays during the June mini-heat wave which saw temperatures rise to 90F

It occurs after a week of violence during several illegal holidays during the June mini-heat wave which saw temperatures rise to 90F

The clash erupted in a rave at Colville Gardens, Notting Hill in the early hours of today – 24 hours after a “mini riot” broke out in Brixton.

A Met Police spokesperson told MailOnline, “Police are responding to an unlicensed musical event on Harrow Road, W9.

“Officers were called to the scene around 3:00 p.m. following residents’ concerns. The officers spoke with the participants, who refused to leave the scene.

“The police helicopter is also helping.

“Following the engagement in the local community, we hope the crowds disperse. No arrests at this stage.

“A section 60 was authorized in the vicinity until 06:00 on Saturday June 27. The officers will remain in the area to reassure. “

Police said the crowd `` refused to leave '' after the police first spoke to them at the illegal party around 3 p.m.

Police said the crowd “refused to leave” after the police first spoke to them at the illegal party around 3:00 p.m.

Riot police struggled to wipe out another London block party today after officers were attacked during a violent street party in Brixton

Riot police struggled to wipe out another London block party today after officers were attacked during a violent street party in Brixton

It occurs after a week of violence during several illegal holidays during the June mini-heat wave which saw temperatures rise to 90F

It occurs after a week of violence during several illegal holidays during the June mini-heat wave which saw temperatures rise to 90F

Today, Sadiq Khan stunned the public after announcing £ 110 million in police cuts just hours after Commissioner Cressida Dick vowed to crack down on illegal delusions.

The 59-year-old senior officer said that 140 members of the forces had been injured while trying to break up the illegal rallies which she described as “completely unacceptable”.

She insisted that the police had successfully stopped a number of events that broke isolation, including one in Mitcham last night.

But he came as Mr. Khan said he expected to have to cut police funding significantly due to a shortfall of £ 493 million from the coronavirus pandemic.

The development came hours after a phone call between Dame Cressida and Interior Minister Priti Patel this morning.

Yesterday, Commissioner Dick was charged with turning the Met into a “laughing stock” and abandoning “law-abiding residents” to “popular rule”.

Illegal rallies were held in London in Notting Hill, Streatham and Tottenham, following the “terrible scenes” of Brixton on Wednesday evening.

Violence broke out again last night when Metropolitan Police officers were thrown at them as they attempted to disperse a crowd during an illegal music gathering near Notting Hill, the order having failed. not fully restored before 2:30 a.m. the next day.

The Met said it “will not tolerate the violence we recently witnessed in London,” adding that officers in “improved personal protective equipment” were in place.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick arrives at Downing Street Monday

Interior Minister Priti Patel pictured in Reading

Commissioner Cressida Dick met with Priti Patel about illegal delusions this morning

Police vehicles were smashed in Brixton on Wednesday evening and police bombarded bottles in clashes with a large crowd, Downing Street condemning the “dreadful” scenes and Ms. Patel calling them “utterly base”.

Commissioner Cressida Dick said the Notting Hill scenes showed “very unacceptable but far less serious behavior” than the unrest in Brixton.

The commissioner, who noted that some injuries may go unreported before the incident, suggested that the number of injuries inflicted by police “would reach 140 officers, I believe, in the past three weeks.”

Speaking to the Daily Express, Interior Minister Priti Patel said: “The police have my full support for upholding the rule of law and combating these attacks.

“I want to see those arrested, brought to justice and removed from our streets – before they put more people in danger. “

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