Smash EDO May Day protest

  • The Argus: Smoke bombs are let off as Anti Arms protestors and police some on horses clash in London Road outside McDonald's
  • The Argus: Anti-war demonstrators make their way through Brighton. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Smoke bombs are let off in London Road. Picture by Ben Collier.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: A banner is unfurled above Barclays in North Street. Picture by Ben Collier.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Anti-war demonstrators make their way through Brighton. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
  • The Argus: The city is preparing for the biggest demonstration Brighton and Hove has ever seen with thousands expected to attend the Mayday march organised by peace campaign group Smash EDO.

The demonstrations are aimed at the Brighton-based defence manufacturer
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Anti-war demonstrators make their way through Brighton. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
  • The Argus: The cycling protest arrives at Brighton Station. By Melissa Blake.
  • The Argus: The protest makes its way through Trafalgar Street. Picture by James Davenport
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: A police line outside McDonald's in London Road. Picture by Richard Gurner
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.
  • The Argus: A protester attacks a car outside Harry Ramsden's on the seafront. Our photographer Simon Dack can been seen in the background (wearing a blue check shirt). Picture by Ben Collier.
  • The Argus: A banner proclaiming that war is very, very naughty while processing down North Street. Picture by Ben Collier.

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Brighton and Hove was hit by the biggest demonstration in more than 20 years today as Smash EDO took to the streets to protest against the EDO factory's involvement in arms production.

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