Protesters can be heard shouting 'occupy' as they gain entry to Birmingham University, before tussling with security guards.
This video is courtesy of The Tab Birmingham.
A Birmingham University spokesman has condemned the actions of Defend Education Birmingham, the group who carried out yesterday's protest:
She went on to say the University had 'no choice' but to call in Police support, after buildings and property was defaced by protestors yesterday:
Fresh pictures show how yesterday's protesters at Birmingham University gained access to the main Aston Webb building through a rear door.
Following the arrests of 13 people after a protest at Birmingham University yesterday, Police Superintendent Lee Kendrick has said:
Following accusations on social media since the event, Superintendent Kendrick went on to deny that Police were 'kettling' demonstrators, saying:
Birmingham University have confirmed there is an 'ongoing situation' on campus.
Police have been called in to provide support to security staff, following a protest involving more than a hundred people.
Police have been called in to deal with a student protest at Birmingham University.
A demonstration had been planned at the campus in Edgbaston this afternoon, involving various groups from around the country.
At least a hundred people have been taking part in the protest.
West Midlands Police have confirmed they were called to the university at around 5pm this evening and say they have been helping the university deal with a 'situation'.
Inspector Johnny Monks has been giving advice to the 3500 new students arriving at Loughborough University.
Leicestershire Police predict that each student will arrive with £4,000 worth of equipment and they want to make sure that equipment stays safe.