UK police allow anti-war march to Parliament

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Great photo of Tony Benn and Brian Haw from the anti-war march held in today in London (via The Guardian).

Fantastic that a compromise between police and protesters was reached and the march was able to end in Parliament Square.

Pictures below from Reuters.

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