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London and Glasgow anti-war marches

Thousands joined the London anti-war march. Photo by Alfredo Gaitan.

Thousands of people marched in London and Glasgow on Saturday, demanding the scrapping of Trident and the departure of UK troops from Iraq. Photo by Alfredo Gaitan.

Stop the War said there was a very good turnout. Picture by Daniel Stevens.

Demonstrators in Trafalgar Square, pictured by Daniel Stevens from London, wanted to get their message to top politicians.

Costumed protesters photographed by Paul Bailey of Southend, Essex

Costumed protesters represented the humour and determination of the marchers, according to Paul Bailey, who took this picture.

Protesters were also campaigning against the Trident nuclear missile system. Picture by Paul Bailey

Campaigners against the Trident nuclear missile system said the money to replace it could be spent on public services instead. Photo by Paul Bailey.

Around 2,000 people joined the march in Glasgow. Photo by Des Loughney

About 2,000 people joined the anti-war and anti-Trident march in Glasgow's George Square. Photo by Des Loughney.

Clare Montgomery took photo of Greenpeace's banner at the Glasgow march

Greenpeace's banner on the Bin the Bomb anti-Trident rally in Glasgow was photographed by Clare Montgomery.


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