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In pictures: G20 protest clean-up

Graffiti on the Bank of England building

Wednesday's protests in the City of London ahead of the G20 summit left authorities facing a major clean-up operation.

A contractor cleaning graffiti

Teams of workers spent Thursday morning cleaning graffiti off many buildings.

Workman cleaning a monument

This monument outside the Bank of England was also targeted by demonstrators.

Bank of England sign being cleaned

A City worker looked on as this employee cleaned a sign on the street outside the bank.

Workmen digging a trampled flowerbed

Trampled plants and flowers from a garden outside the famous institution were also cleared.



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