#LondonToFerguson: Protests spread across London
Hundreds of demonstrators marched through central London and occupied Parliament Square, briefly clashing with police, in protest against a US grand jury verdict clearing Darren Wilson – the officer who shot dead black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson.
27 November 201400:01 GMT
Watch London demonstrators tear down a fence and occupy Parliament Square as they rally in solidarity with Ferguson protesters.
- 22:53 GMT
A group of demonstrators surrounded by policemen have passed Trafalgar Square. Protests appear to be peacefully winding down; some demonstrators are talking to police officers, others are chanting slogans.
- 22:38 GMT
Police lined up in front of Big Ben. #LondonToFergusonpic.twitter.com/VCdPX9n9ul— Hashem Said (@hash_said) November 26, 2014
- 22:36 GMT
Protesters chant "All white police" and "Killer cops have got to go"- surround officers guarding Parliament
- 22:34 GMT
After much walking in mud, crowd (much smaller than earlier) now in road outside Parliament gates #LondonToFergusonpic.twitter.com/e4LYbJi973— Jules Mattsson (@julesmattsson) November 26, 2014
- 22:34 GMT
"Hands up, don't shoot!" Ferguson solidarity protesters chant in front of the Parliament.
- 22:24 GMT
Police lined up, yet the protest still continues.. #LondonToFerguson#Ferguson#BlackLivesMatterpic.twitter.com/va67MBYLwN— The Socialist (@mozesislam09) November 26, 2014
- 22:20 GMT
Protesters returning to Parliament Square
- 22:19 GMT
RT @ShellyAsquith: Hundreds now at Picadilly Circus #londontofergusonpic.twitter.com/gL45ujn2nD#Ferguson— Jason Lamarche (@Lamarche) November 26, 2014