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BREAKING: Two further men charged with violent disorder following protest at University of Birmingham. Full details: http://t.co/H5122UH98H
West Midlands Police have charged two further men with violent disorder after a protest at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday.
It follows a charge against another man earlier today. Ten other people have been released on police bail following disorder which saw buildings on the Edgbaston campus damaged.
A 22-year-old man has been charged with violent disorder following the protests at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday.
Simon Furse, of Pershore Road, Edgbaston, is due to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court this morning.
13 people were initially arrested following the protest, which turned violent when protesters clashed with Police and security, but five men and five women were released on bail last night.
Two more men remain in Police custody.
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.