A demonstrator strikes a bus shelter near a fire made of plastic street furniture during a protest Wednesday in central London.
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Protesters are seen at a vandalized bus stop during a demonstration against university tuition fees in central London.
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A tagger spray-paints a message on a government building.
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Students walk out of lectures and classes to join a demonstration over tuition fees and university funding in London. A student march on Nov. 10 caused widespread damage to Millbank Tower, and the police were accused of greatly underestimating the amount of demonstrators.
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Student protesters target a police van in Westminster.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anthony Devlin / Associated PressLink
Demonstrators sit around a fire and read as they are contained by a police cordon on a Westminster street.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: ANDREW WINNING / ReutersLink
Demonstrators attempt to overturn a police van in Whitehall.
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An injured man is held by police in Westminster.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lewis Whyld / Associated PressLink
Police clash with students. There are plans to raise tuition fees in England from the current £3,000 a year to around £9,000 a year.
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Students encircle a police van.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: LUKE MACGREGOR / ReutersLink
Protesters stands on top of a bus stand in Whitehall.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lefteris Pitarakis / Associated PressLink
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