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UK: Thousands join refugee solidarity marches

20th Mar 2016
UK: Thousands join refugee solidarity marches

LONDON (AA): Thousands of people across the U.K. have attended a series of anti-racism marches to declare their support for refugees settling in the country.

The marches in London, Glasgow and Cardiff, organized by the Stand Up to Racism group, marched under the “Refugees Welcome Here” banner.

Campaigners estimated that as many as 15,000 people would attend the demonstration, which is being held for the third consecutive year to coincide with United Nations anti-racism day coming Monday.

The London march took demonstrators past the city’s central landmarks, including Regent Street and Piccadilly Circus towards a rally in Trafalgar Square.

A small group of 20 far-right protesters carrying anti-immigration banners were kept behind a police cordon during the rally to prevent clashes.
London
Author Michael Sercan Daventry

 

[Photo: This is not the first time demonstrations has taken place in support of refugees. Last year at the height of the refugee crisis in Europe, thousands of demonstrators in support of refugees demanding UK to take more; London rally Parliamen Square on 12September 2015. Photographer: Tolga Akmen/AA]

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