Following the Christmas Day eviction from the central London Royal Bank of Scotland premises the Love Activists set up a soup kitchen outside, giving out food, tea and coffee to the homeless. On the night before New Years Eve police and council officials forcibly evicted the soup kitchen, in order to clear the streets for the revellers due to descend on the capital for the first ever ticket only end of year fireworks party.
The last quarter of 2014 has seen unrest rising yet again on the streets of London, from the hugely disproportionate police operation around the first Occupy Democracy protests, the largest ever Million Mask March and Student marches, to Ferguson and We Can’t Breathe solidarity protests and the mass arrest of 76 demonstrators.
Wednesday 5 November saw the biggest Million Mask March London has ever seen in the three years since its inception. Thousands of protestors poured down Whitehall to Parliament Square, which has been fenced off since the Occupy Democracy protest turned walking on the grass into a revolutionary act.
Ten arrests followed clashes, as protesters tore down fences and tried to reclaim Parliament Square for the democratic right to protest, moved on to Buckingham Palace to show disgust for the monarchy and then on the central London studios of the BBC, where the public funded news and television organisation was criticised for its news coverage and accused of covering up the Jimmy Savile child abuse scandal.
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