A PROTEST by the Oxford Palestine Solidarity Campaign is expected to block a road in Summertown this evening.
The group will be holding a non-violent protest outside BBC Oxford in Banbury Road at 6.30pm and is expected to last for up to two hours.
Oxford Bus Company said the protest will block the road and the City2 and 500 services may be diverted as a result.
The campaign group said: “Join the demonstration the BBC can't miss - on their own doorstep. The BBC’s reporting of Israel's deadly assault on Gaza fails to explain the years of occupation and siege Palestinians have endured. We say, give the full picture - report the truth on Gaza.”
- Yesterday's protest
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