Protest march over police custody deaths
Protesters have taken to the streets of central London to demand justice for people who die in police custody.
About 300 people staged the annual march organised by the United Friends and Families campaign, which started in Trafalgar Square and ended at Downing Street.
BBC London's Tarah Welsh spoke to Ajibola and Conrad Lewis, whose son died after being restrained in a south-east London psychiatric hospital, and Minkah Adofo, from the United Friends and Families campaign.
25 Oct 2014
- From the section London