Unity now is more important than ever. We do not need divisions based on political agendas to take priority over standing together against the common enemy. This is not to dismiss the importance of having clear and considered analysis of the events that unfold around us. But let us not be sufficated by this at a time where we need to react to the menace of the state.
The vigil then turned into a spontaneous demonstration, which was joined by other members of the public as we took over the road and walked all the way to the MI5 building in Vauxhall chanting "No more war, no more killing" and "No shoot to kill". Straight to the point and supported by many car drivers and people looking on from their homes. It was peaceful and full of energy. We were then surrounded by police when we tried to further the demo down to parliment. I left as the stand off between protesters and police started so I do not know if it became confrontational.