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Brighton and Bournemouth's 'occupy' protest camp

Anti-capitalist demonstrations, inspired by the protests outside St Paul's Cathedral, have taken root in a park in Brighton and in Bournemouth.

Those taking part claim world leaders are not addressing problems with the global economy and say it's a peaceful environment for debate.

Ben Duncan, member and Brighton and Hove City Council's cabinet member for communities, said the authority was not looking to evict the protesters.

Danielle Glavin reports.

(First broadcast Monday 31st October)

  • 01 Nov 2011
  • From the section England
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