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Police were braced for another day of violence in London today after officers were pelted with bottles as they tried to save a protester dying on the street.
The man, believed to be in his 30s, had collapsed at a makeshift camp set up near the Bank of England. He was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at hospital.
Protesters are already on the march in the capital again today as the G20 summit started in earnest to agree a rescue deal for the global economy.
Police have already made their first arrests this morning after demonstrators gathered outside the Stock Exchange, threatening to disrupt the financial markets.
One man was taken away by police after a brief chase and a scuffle and a second was detained for arguing with officers.
Originally posted by WatchRider
Yeah the funny thing is the cops stood back and let them get on with it.
The cops were inside the bank as well and just looked on as they smashed up the place!
Originally posted by DataWraith
Sorry but the headline is slightly misleading.
Ransacking the City? Don't think so , 1 Office ( the RBS building) was 'damaged' with broken glass and vandalised equipment.
Riot? Dont think so, A few 'scuffles' with the Policy Farce.