Parliament Square, London. Wed 8 Jul 2015
The huge banner stops traffic in front of the Houses of Parliament and down Bridge St
The small banner says 'End Financial Abuse against Humanity'
A rally begins on the road in Parliament Square
Candy Udwin, sacked by the National Gallery for her work there as PCS rep
Candy holds the megaphone for Paula Peters to speak
Police start to persuade protesters to leave the roadway
then more arrive and use a little force to clear the road
Police try to grab the large banner and DPAC members move wheelchaits to try and block them
Police push the protesters on to the pavement
Four mounted police watch as police clear the road
Protesters in wheelchairs are warned they may be arrested if they continue to block the road
and police did arrest Andy Greene, then couldn't work out what to do with him and his mobility scooter
Terry and Sam argue with police. Terry was arrested
Another protester is arrested and dragged away by police
Half an hour or so later, a large van arrived which police had hired to transport Andy Greene and his scooter.
Pensioner Terry Hutt was also taken away in this
Other DPAC wheelchair users watched from the pavement
The van had large clean windows to photograph through as Andy's scooter was fixed in place
Terry shows me his poster as I take photographs
Sam attempts to block the van, but it reversed away.
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