VIOLENT YOUTHS protesting in London attacked that car that Prince Charles and Camille were riding in tonight.
The Rolls Royce they were riding in had its window smashed and it was covered in paint. (Telegraph)
Here’s video of the car:
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The violent mob also attacked the treasury, the Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square has been set alight, shops ransacked in Oxford Street and police are preparing to deploy CS gas to break the crowds up.
Demonstrators protest in central London in this November 30, 2010. (REUTERS/Luke MacGregor)
Prince Charles and Camille were attacked in their car during the violent protests.
Angry protesters in London have attacked a car containing Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
An Associated Press photographer saw demonstrators kick the car in Regent Street, in the heart of London’s shopping district. The car then drove off.
The prince’s office had no immediate comment.
Protesters angry at a huge tuition fee hike are fighting with police and smashing windows in London.
THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP’s earlier story is below.
British lawmakers on Thursday approved a controversial plan to triple university tuition fees by a narrow margin after some government legislators rebelled amid violent protests outside Parliament.
The plan to raise the cap on tuition fees to 9,000 pounds ($14,000) was approved, 323-302 in the House of Commons, a close vote given the government’s 84-seat majority.
The tuition vote posed a crucial test for governing Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition, and for the government’s austerity plans to reduce Britain’s budget deficit.
Outside Parliament, police with riot shields and batons tussled with angry student protesters, keeping them away from the building.