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A Ruptly producer had to cut his live tranmission after he was threatened by members of the Black Bloc in London, Saturday, as he was filming the anti-austerity protest in the capital's City district. An estimated 71,000 people - with some predicting the numbers in the hundreds of thousands - took to the streets of London to decry the Conservative Party's introduction of large cuts to public spending. Protesters gathered outside Bank House in the City district, thousands holding anti-austerity banners, many defending the National Health Service (NHS) and calling for cuts to the UK Trident nuclear weapons programme. The protesters oppose the Tory's austerity policies that are expected to be implemented within the next five years. Among them are an estimated £30 billion (€41 billion; $46 billion) worth of cuts to public spending, an estimated £12 billion (€16.5 billion, $18.8 billion) in unspecified welfare cuts and the abolition of housing benefit for under-21s on Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA).
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