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Police consider anti-terror laws for royal wedding

The police are likely to use anti-terror laws to prevent violent protests at next month's royal wedding.

There are fears anarchists could target Prince William and Catherine Middleton's wedding day following the disorder that marred the weekend's anti-cuts demonstration in London.

The BBC's Home Affairs Correspondent Tom Symonds reports.

  • 28 Mar 2011
  • From the section UK
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