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Pro and anti-Brexit demonstrators clash on Parliament Square

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Pro and anti-Brexit demonstrators clash on Parliament Square

Pro and anti-Brexit demonstrators clash on Parliament Square

Two groups of pro and anti-Brexit protesters have clashed on Parliament Square.

About 200 people joined a pro-Brexit demonstration organised by the Democratic Football Lads Alliance on Saturday morning.

When members of the anti-Brexit group March for Change began to set up for a rally of their own, some members of the DFLA approached and began shouting.

A beer can was thrown towards about 10 people from the March for Change protest, before police on horseback intervened.

Police knew about both protests prior to Saturday.

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