Protesters shout ‘Arrest Bill Gates’ while block billionaire investors attending Boris Johnsons private dinner.  

A group of protesters blocked the entrance to Downing Street as Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a dinner for prominent foreign business leaders as part of his efforts to promote the United Kingdom abroad. 


Around a hundred people demonstrated against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s invitation to 20 of the world’s most prominent business leaders to advocate British interests abroad on Monday evening. 

Unfortunately for the Microsoft founder, protestors shouted “arrest Bill Gates” and held up placards criticising him. 

Additionally, there were videos showing protestors attacking passing cars while trying to see through the tinted windows to see who was inside. Police immediately responded by putting up a barrier and fending away the demonstrators.

Late in the afternoon, a live feed of the demonstration documented the growing number of people in the area. 

It was about 6 p.m. when the audience started to become excited. Chanting could be heard, as could many others using microphones to make their voices heard. 

Activists demanded Gates be arrested dubbing him a “murderer.” 

Protesters encircled a car as it approached Downing Street, frantically trying to find out who was inside. 

Authorities pulled the demonstrators back before they could yell for Bill Gates’ arrest, which they did. 

The vehicle was led by police to a different route so that it could approach Downing Street from a different direction. 

It’s unclear exactly who was in the vehicle at the time. 

Last night Boris Johnson summoned about 20 of the world’s most prominent business figures to Downing Street in an effort to gain their support for his political campaigns. Boris Johnson. 

David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs; Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan; Jes Staley, CEO of Barclays; and Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, are all in attendance. 

After the dinner, hundreds of business executives will attend the Global Investment Summit to learn how the UK can be a leader in green technologies ahead of Cop26. 

There will be an exclusive supper at Downing Street for some of the world leaders before the summit at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, hosted by the Queen and the Royal Family. 

Additionally, at Guildhall, Chancellor Rishi Sunak will host a dinner with other business leaders. 

The next day, business executives will be taken to Windsor Castle for a reception in St George’s Hall, where they will be given beverages. 

The Royal Family, including the Queen, Prince Charles, and Duke of Cambridge, will attend. 

Prime Minister David Cameron’s spokesman said “The aim of the summit is to secure billions of pounds of new international investment to support the PM’s 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution.”