PROTESTERS of three separate demonstrations took to the streets in Brighton.

Kill the Bill, Save our NHS, and Free Palestine all held protests on Saturday.

The first of the day was the Free Palestine protest, organised by Brighton and Hove Palestine Solidarity Campaign. At noon, the demonstration commenced at Jubilee Clock Tower in North Street, Brighton.

Demonstrators waved flags in solidarity with the people of Silwan in Jerusalem, Israel. They also held banners that said: "Save Silwan".

The first of these protests were in May, and the next one is planned for July 10.

Save our NHS was the next protest to follow. Campaigners gathered at 2pm at The Level in Union Road, Brighton.

The protest was on the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the NHS.

Protesters joined others across the county to demand "Patient safety, pay justice and an end to privatisation".

They also had banners that said: "Join the fight for fair pay" to try and encourage more support.

The protest was organised by campaign groups, Keep Our NHS Public, Health Campaigns Together, NHS Workers Say No and NHS Staff Voices.

The final protest of the day was the Kill the Bill march at 5pm at The Level. This event was the largest of the day.

Dozens of people made their way through the city, banging drums, holding placards and banners, which intermittently caused traffic jams.

They marched towards Brighton Police Station in John Street and then on to the Jubilee Clock Tower where speeches were made.

The march then set off again through the city before ending back at The Level at 7:30pm.