The mood at Trafalgar Square remains jubilant with the group singing, dancing, chanting and setting off fireworks and flares for a cheering crowd. The atmosphere is more like a free party than a demonstration with the familiar chant, “Who’s streets? OUR STREETS!” Ringing in everyone’s ears. Reports that police were surrounding the area seem unfounded, with a surprising lack of officers visible. There is however, a police helicopter circling.
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