Over 30,000 people marched from Portland Place to Parliament square, on the occasion of the worldwide anti racism day. The extreme right group, Britain first made it’s presence felt, but the Anti fascists moved them from their normal spot under the statue of Eros, Piccadilly circus. Under heavy police presence about 10 of them waved flags.

At the main stage on Parliament square, the speakers including David Lamy MP, gave an passionate speech and vowed to continue fighting against all forms of racism.

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