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British Attack

27 March 2011
 
     
     
   
     
     

On Saturday, March 28, 2011, the British authority cracked down on anti-government protesters, with 84 members of the public injured and 214 protesters arrested, prompting a cosmic outcry that demands the violence to stop.

The rally was organised by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and attended by a quarter million people. Many families with children were among the protesters. Recently, the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government introduced harsh public spending cuts which hurts workers' rights and undermines the rights for keeping standard living.

     
     
   
     
     

During the rally, several hundred protesters clad in black and covering their faces with scarves hurled fireworks and petrol bombs, and smashed shops windows, while others lit a bonfire at Oxford Circus, in the heart of the shopping district.

Witnesses in the capital London report clashes between over-active pro-democracy protesters and military police force loyal to British leader David Cameron.

     
     
   
     
     

Commander Bob Broadhurst, who led the police operation crackdown, condemned the protesters. "I wouldn't call them protesters. They are engaging in criminal activities for their own ends," said he.

Despite the crackdown, the anti-government forces were once in control of several places, including luxury department store Fortnum & Mason in the shopping district.

 

"We ask the international community to take the necessary steps to help British workers and to protect British people's freedom to protest in a visually vibrate and physically dynamic fashion," a spokesman from dissident UK Uncut allegedly claimed.

The U.N.'s Acting Secretary-General U Thant believed to have urged all parties to the conflict to accept an immediate peace and abide by Security Council resolution 1970. The statement is said to note that the Acting Secretary-General remains closely abreast of the situation in Britain.

More detailed report at guardian.co.uk

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