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Your pictures: G20 protests

Photo: Tom Riddington

BBC News website readers have been sending in photos of the G20 protests. All police leave was cancelled as the city prepared for a day of protests on Wednesday. Photo: Tom Riddington.

Photo: David Burden

The Bank of England became the focal point for protesters, although police cordons kept many people away. Photo: David Burden.

Photo: Francis Maderia

Francis Maderia noted a strange atmosphere in the City of London while taking a walk during his lunch break. Photo: Francis Maderia.

Photo: Kobir Rahman

Many employees stuck inside their offices had to watch the gathering protests. Photo: Kobir Rahman.

Photo: Michael Atzei

Michael Atzei saw several fires that were started in the city as the day progressed...

Photo: Michael Atzei

... he also spotted clashes between the police and protesters. Photo: Michael Atzei.

Photo: Tom Riddington

More protests are expected on Thursday. Photo: Tom Riddington. Send your photos to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. For terms and conditions see right. See your pictures on flickr.com/bbc_haveyoursay



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