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19:04 - 2010-12-11

British Students Stage Massive Protest over University Fees

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An angry students writing on a wall in London during widespread protests at London's decision to triple university fees
The British police treatment of tuition fee protesters has turned into a major scandal for Scotland Yard as video footages emerged showing police leading their horses into the crowd
Several thousand British students protested against government plans to triple tuition fees, two weeks after a similar demonstration sparked a small riot
Students took to the streets for fresh protests against government plans to triple university fees
Police figures show that at least 43 protesters and 12 police officers were injured during clashes between angry students and the British police
Student protesters target a police van during a demonstration against an increase in university tuition fees in Westminster
Students gathered for a march in London and universities across Britain against plans by the coalition government to raise fees as part of widespread public spending cuts
Protesters clash with police forces during nationwide protests in Britain against a government plan for tripling university fees
Members of the Metropolitan Police mounted team were accused of racing into a thousand-strong crowd of demonstrators in London against the government's decision to almost triple university tuition fees
As part of widespread austerity measures aimed at cutting Britain's deficit, the basic level of fees will now climb to 6,000 pounds (9,460 dollars, 7,140 euros), with an upper limit of 9,000 pounds
During the protests, protestors rained flares, sticks, metal fences, rocks, snooker balls and paint bombs on police
The students protest in the British capital city or London was accompanied by a heavy police presence
Several thousand British students protested against government plans to triple tuition fees, two weeks after a similar demonstration sparked a small riot
Angry students attack a police van and clash with officers as thousands of people march through London
British police uses police horses to disperse and distance the angry students
The British police treatment of tuition fee protesters has turned into a major scandal for London
One of the students in tuition fee protests, London, England
During the protests, protestors rained flares, sticks, metal fences, rocks, snooker balls and paint bombs on police