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Thousands join George Floyd protest in Parliament Square

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Thousands join George Floyd protest in Parliament Square

Thousands join George Floyd protest in Parliament Square

Thousands of people have joined a ‘Black Lives Matter’ demonstration in London’s Parliament Square, to protest over the police killing of George Floyd in the United States.

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George Floyd George Floyd African-American man killed by police violence on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Black Lives Matter protesters marched through central London on Sunday as demonstrations continue nearly a month after the death of George Floyd.

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Police were pelted with bottles during confrontations in central London after large crowds gathered claiming they were there to protect statues from Black Lives Matter protesters. Hundreds of mostly white men converged on Parliament Square on Saturday after far-right groups, including Britain First, called on supporters to guard the monuments. Many of those present were drinking and there were a number of clashes with police in riot gear as crowds chanting ‘England’ and raising their arms surged towards lines of officers.

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Boris Johnson has said it is “absurd and shameful” that the statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Parliament Square was at risk of attack from anti-racism protesters.

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