IN PICTURES: Anarchists Bring Chaos To London In ‘Million Mask March’

Thousands of self-declared anarchists brought chaos to the streets of London last night.

At least 50 people were arrested as thousands of anti-capitalists and anarchists took to the streets to protest and riot in central London. Three officers were injured, a police car was set alight and Buckingham Palace was attacked.

The so-called Million Mask March was organized by the by the hacking group Anonymous. Protesters wore intimidating Guy Fawkes masks inspired by the cult film V for Vendetta.

On man was arrested for threatening police with a wooden batten, whilst others threw rocks and fireworks at the Queen’s residence of Buckingham Palace.

The Daily Mail report that the man pictured smashing up a police car was wearing a designer Colmar ski jacket worth several hundred pounds.

Last year a similar protest on the 5th of November was attended by Russell Brand and Vivienne Westwood, calling for a socialist revolution.

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