Students leave school to attend protest march

Students leave school to attend protest march

A student protester carrying a sign reads: ‘My mom went to school with us, she just wasn’t allowed to attend.’

One person was arrested during the march, while the other two were injured in clashes at nearby parks and public transport.

The protest against the government’s measures was staged by around 300 people.

Protesters who set up a trolleybus to transport students to the protest march outside Bournemouth Crown Court this morning

The group held banners which read ‘No more government schools’ and ‘Stop the bus’

One person was arrested by police and taken away, while the other two were hurt during the disturbance at nearby Parks and Public Transport parks and transport stops

In one of the worst incidents of protest by the student-led group at the protest, two men were hurt by an unknown object during clashes between police and them at nearby locations in Northumberland Park in Pembrokeshire

In another incident some protesters were seen throwing rocks and flying them around as they tried to block the bus by the police

Another group of students set up a trolleybus to transport students to the protest march

The students’ aim was to prevent the Governme바카라nt from changing plans to build an eighth secondary school in Boujarvees.comrnemouth and instead it will go ahead as planned, while others are planning to stop the school at Woodbourne

A number of supporters of the government stood outside the courthouse in a display of unity and solidarity after the student students turned out to show support for their struggle against austerity.

Others, chanting ‘no more war’ and’stop the bus’, were seen clashing with police and demonstrators outside the court this morning.

A number of people were seen throwing rocks and flying them around as they tried to block the bus by the police.

In a separate incident some protesters were seen throwing rocks and flying them around as they tried to block the bus by the police.

And in another incident some protesters were seen throwing rock더킹카지노s and flying them around as they tried to block the bus by the police.

However, Mr Justice Smith said there was “just an element of silliness in all of these things”.

He added: ‘I want to acknowledge you (the protest leaders) but what is it to be a student leader if they can’t go to school?’

The student protest was led by student union officers from Sussex University.

The group were planning to stage a sit-in in Bour

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