On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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On the 3rd of January 2009, tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK..By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. The march departed

Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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Tens of thousands of protesters showed their anger at the Israeli bombing of Gaza in a series of rallies across the UK.

By 2pm between 50,000 and 70.000 people were taking part and more were expected to join. A police spokesman put the attendance at 6,000 people as of 1pm, with more joining in.

The march departed from outside Embankment underground station shortly after midday, snaking its way along the banks of the River Thames, before turning up Whitehall, past the entrance to Downing Street and reaching Trafalgar Square.

The crowd was a sea of Palestinian, Hamas and Hezbollah flags as well as the red standards of leftwing groups and placards denouncing the Israeli bombardment of Gaza.

Chants of "Stop, stop, Israel" and "Intifada now" rang out from the crowd, which was led by the veteran former Labour MP Tony Benn and leaders of British Muslim groups.

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