The prosecution of six protesters who attended a vigil for Sarah Everard has been halted.
In March of last year, hundreds of people attended the event in rememberence of Ms Everard — who was raped and murdered by serving police office Wayne Couzens.
The event took place whilst London was facing covid restrictions – which meant meeting more than two people in a public place was banned.
The Metropolitan police have faced heavy criticism for their handling of the vigil.
I spoke to Pippa Woodrow, the barrister who represents some of the protesters.