Greek riot police attacked the Athens Polytechnic University and arrested dozens of people who were there in anticipation of the yearly November 17 march against capitalism across the country. They had legally been forbidden from doing so, and many question what charges will be laid against the arrested. Protests were planned for later in the day in solidarity with those arrested at the University.
Loyalist youth in Derry rioted for another night in opposition to the North Ireland protocol, setting up customs with mainland Britain for the transport of goods, which would disrupt the Loyalist drug trade. Petrol bombs were thrown at police vehicles and wooden pallets were set on fire and used to block roads.