The 'permanent' protest on Parliament Square has been ended thanks to the dogged and determined work from your Conservatives Councillors in Westminster.
Leader of the Council Philippa Roe said: "For some time what is a public open space has been dominated by tents and encampments which have restricted its use. The High Court also took this view after a full and fair hearing. It concluded the protesters did not have the right to inhabit a public square designed for everyone to use." Throughout this process your Conservative Councillors have sought to find a solution by talking to the protesters involved. People will always be allowed to protest in Parliament Square – what is not reasonable is setting up permanent camps there. By moving them on the site is now open for the public and tourists to enjoy in an improved Westminster.