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Sunday, 22 September, 2002, 19:51 GMT 20:51 UK
In pictures: The countryside march
About 400,000 people descended on London for the Liberty and Livelihood march, bringing the streets of Westminster to a halt.

The march began at 1000BST and edged its way forward
The march began at 1000BST and edged its way forward

Mr Duncan Smith with his wife Betsy take part in the march
Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith (left) was one of many politicians taking part

Pipers and bands kept the whistle-blowing crowds entertained
Pipers and bands kept the whistle-blowing crowds entertained

Protesters from the American Fox Hunting Group join the march
Support for the march came from international quarters

Countryside march in London
Children enjoyed the day out, although not everybody observed instructions not to bring their animals

Racing pundit John McCririck
TV racing pundit John McCririck enjoys a cigar, as thousands file past on London's Piccadilly

Pro-hunt campaigners
Pro-hunt campaigners voice their opinion on London's streets

Hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded past the official count
Masses of protesters flooded past the official count, which by late afternoon had exceeded 300.000

Susan Bailey, of Belmesthorpe, Lincs and Quill Greenwood, huntsman from West Norfolk
There was an opportunity for a sense of humour to be displayed

Margaret and Peter Armstrong from Newmarket in Suffolk
Britannia and St. George made role models for some


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