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Police try to contain anti-Johnson protests in London

USATODAY.com Friday, 13 December 2019
Demonstrators took to the streets of central London on Friday to protest the result of the UK's general election, which saw Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party win with a sizeable majority. (Dec. 13)
 
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News video: Scuffles in London as anti-Boris Johnson protests descends into violence

Scuffles in London as anti-Boris Johnson protests descends into violence 05:19

Scuffles took place as anti-Boris Johnson protesters clashed with police on Friday night (December 13) in Central London.

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