If you recall at the same time there was a car which hit several pedestrians
which kind of took up all the news - until it was confirmed as an accident.
It wasn't ignored though - there are a few articles - a quick search brought this up first:
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It was also mentioned on BBC TV news if I recall correctly.
Why do you think it was ignored - or at least contribute something to the
discussion other than a link.
Weve had 2 marches, have they......the media interviewed anybody associated with the march to ask what they are doing there, and what their aims are.? They could of picked anyone of the 30,000. That is a lot of people to ignore. But If half a dozen unwashed students give Theresa May a hard time, its in every news bullitin that day. Just out of interest, I wonder how many people on here knew of the FLA march on Saturday.? And of course the Lazy Fleet Street journos associate football supporters with far right ideology, and were hoping something would kick off.
Anyway I think the next one is planned for Manchester, so we will see if it gets any air time, dont hold your breath. The BBC will just put their fingers in their ears and go la,la,la,la.
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