UK: Thousands take part at Anonymous Million Mask March in London

Scuffles broke out between police and masked protesters in central London on Saturday as thousands of demonstrators linked to cyber-activist group Anonymous gathered for a mass protest.
Around 2,000 police officers were on the streets to ensure that the march went by peacefully, as the protesters marched from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament. 10 people have been arrested so far, the police have announced.
The protest, dubbed the 'Million Mask March' as protesters donned Guy Fawkes mask modelled on the protagonist of the radical comic book and film V for Vendetta, is an annual event called by online hacker collective Anonymous.
The Anonymous movement has gathered every November 5, since 2012, to coincide with the annual British tradition of Bonfire Night, when a group of dissident Catholic plotters tried to blow up the British parliament in 1605.