Riots erupt in London following the re-election of the Conservatives

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Following the re-election of David Cameron and the Conservatives, hundreds of demonstrators took to central London to protest.

Anti-austerity protesters in London fought with police, throwing smoke bombs and bottles and shouted and chanted obscenities outside the gate to Downing Street.

Overall, 17 arrests were made, and several police officers were injured.

Anti-Tory graffiti was also sprayed onto a war memorial, which seems a bit harsh and daft.


Green party activist Elliot Corner said:

We are here because we’ve seen bankers get off scot-free while the working people are the only people who’ve been punished under the rabid schemes of prosperity.


Similar protests also took place in Cardiff, where Charlotte Church was seen holding up a sign…


These protests have largely escaped mainstream news coverage. For whatever reason… But a lot of video footage and photographs are showing what has been happening.

It looks like Ed Miliband even got involved! Not like he has much else to do now.


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