As the world’s media turned its attention on the gathering of G20 leaders in London this week protesters took to the streets to voice concerns over a range of subjects – including climate change.

Despite widespread coverage of the damage done to a branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland by anti-capitalist campaigners, the mass protests were a largely peaceful affair marred by occasional flare-ups of violence by a small minority of protesters.

One group, G20 Meltdown, led four separate processions converging on the financial heart of the city with their Horsemen of the Apocalypse – representing the ‘crimes’ of war, climate change, the economic crisis and land enclosures.

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