Another march against President Donald Trump's travel ban is taking place in the capital today, with thousands signed up to attend.
Crowds started gathering at 11am, with the march continuing until 2pm, beginning outside the American Embassy at Grosvenor Square.
The crowd then marched to Downing Street where thousands gathered earlier this week in a similar protest.
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The march, called by an assortment of groups including Stop the War Coalition, Stand Up to Racism and Muslim Association of Britain, created a Facebook page for the event saying: "Trump's ban on Muslims must be opposed by all who are against racism and support basic human rights. Theresa May's collusion with Trump must end."
Over 11,000 people had said they were attending on the page.
The march is in response to an executive order by Trump, which had halted the US refugee programme and banned anyone from seven Muslim majority countries (Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, Syria and Libya), from travelling to the country, even if they have already been approved for a visa, have an existing visa or a green card.
The Prime Minister has said she does not support the policy, but some parliamentarians have said she should distance herself further from Trump.
More than 1.8m people have signed a petition arguing Trump's state visit to the UK this year should be cancelled. A counter petition has secured 294,000 signatures at the time of writing.
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On Monday, thousands took to the streets across the UK, spanning London, Glasgow, Nottingham and Liverpool among other places. And another march is planned in the capital for Monday 20 February from 6pm in Parliament Square, with 9,500 people currently signed up to attend.
A US judge in Seattle has issued a temporary nationwide block on Trump's travel ban, but the Department of Justice has said it will appeal this.