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Clean-up starts after London protests

Clean sweep begins after eviction of ‘Occupy’ demonstrators

Clean-up starts after London protests
Workmen on Wednesday began clearing up the area around London's St Paul's Cathedral following the eviction of Occupy protesters. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
The previous night, hundreds of police officers in riot gear stormed the area to forcibly remove demonstrators from their campsite. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Around 70 people had been occupying the area in the direct vicinity of the iconic cathedral and had been there since October 15 last year. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Activists staying at the camp had been protesting against economic inequality in the country. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Activists staying at the camp had been protesting against economic inequality in the country. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Activists staying at the camp had been protesting against economic inequality in the country. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Activists staying at the camp had been protesting against economic inequality in the country. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Activists staying at the camp had been protesting against economic inequality in the country. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Activists staying at the camp had been protesting against economic inequality in the country. (Getty Images)
Clean-up starts after London protests
Activists staying at the camp had been protesting against economic inequality in the country. (Getty Images)