'Bristol Friends of Gaza' protest camp outside BBC forced to move

Bristol Friends of Gaza protest The protesters set up the camp on 23 July

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Protesters who set up a camp outside the BBC's studios in Bristol have been forced to move off the site.

A judge at the city's county court granted a possession order on Monday, forcing "Bristol Friends of Gaza" to give the property back immediately.

The group began protesting on Whiteladies Road on 23 July, saying they would "stay put until the BBC tells the real truth on Palestine".

A spokesman said protests "against BBC biased reporting" would continue.

In response the BBC said it was policy not to discuss security matters.

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