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Britain protests: Students clash with police in London

British students march on Parliament as lawmakers debate an austerity plan that would triple tuition fees.

 
 

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Student protesters attack the Rolls-Royce carrying Prince Charles and his wife Camilla to the Royal Veriety Performace at the Palladium in London.


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