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Published on Nov 6, 2014
Video ID: 20141106-034
W/S Russell Brand talking to protesters UPSOUND "Stay cool, stay cool... I think you should be really careful guys don't get beaten up and arrested tonight." M/S Protesters and police talking over barricade SOT, Russell Brand, comedian (in English) "For what it is worth, I think in my personal view is we should have a loving, peaceful protest." M/S Protesters and press jostling W/S Russell Brand talking to protesters, greeting press M/S Police officer talking to crowd
Russell Brand joined thousands of masked protesters on Parliament Square in central London on Wednesday night as part of the global 'Million Mask March' organised by the Anonymous collective. Protesters raised a number of causes - including Palestine, internet privacy and anti-austerity.
The protesters moved from Parliament Square on to Buckingham Palace, then to the BBC headquarters where they confronted police at the entrance and banged on the windows. The march coincided with the traditional English festival of 'Bonfire Night,' where people burn effigies of Guy Fawkes - the plotter who tried to blow up Parliament in 1605.