Tens of thousands of people, including former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, have attended the March Against Antisemitism in Central London. The Telegraph has more.
The march, organised by Campaign Against Antisemitism with the support of numerous Jewish communal groups and non-Jewish organisations, began at the Royal Courts of Justice on the Strand before passing along Whitehall and ending at Parliament Square, where addresses by the Chief Rabbi, Home Office Minister of State Robert Jenrick and other high profile public figures were expected.
Earlier, Tube services running into the centre of London were busier than a normal morning rush hour as Jews – some proudly wearing stars of David necklaces and kippahs – and others headed for the Royal Courts of Justice, the start point for the march.
Before the event started a police helicopter was seen hovering overhead and the Strand was closed off to cars.
Early estimates from police said around 100,000 people were packed into the tight streets of Central London.