There was a good diversity of people there
Including what seemed like a remarkable number of teenages. There was a good showing of school students against the war. and other student groups.
Of course there were also the veterans the peace and anti-nuclear movements plus the families complete with buggies and children on shoulders. I was a liitle suprised at the lack of large muslin groups attending, perhaps a sign of dissatisfaction in thr ranks of respect supporters.
It was suposedly an no to trident demo but as well
\'troops out message, there was also a strong focus on the \"don\'t attack Iran\'. I must say that I found myself worrying that by vocalising the psssibility of a military action on Iran.
we are actually somehow playing into the war hawks plans.
Rain held off and with Brian Haw
ending the speeches at trafalga square, I left the square and made my way home on a nice empty bus.
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