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Protesters are gathering outside Charing Cross police station waiting for some of their peers who have been arrested. A total of 38 people have been during the G8 protests in London today.
Thirty-two people have been arrested for various offences during the G8 protests in London, including violent disorder, possession of pointed/bladed articles and a variety of public order offences, the Met Police said.
There were nearly 1,200 officers on duty during the demonstrations in the capital today, the force added.
The G8 summit is in Northern Ireland this year.
It's not til next week.
But today the G8 protesters came to London to demonstrate against capitalism.
The Met met came too, with riot vans and a strong police prescence in parts of Central London.
Here's our Senior Correspondent Ronke Phillips.
Pictures showing the inside of the building in Soho which was occupied by anti-capitalist protesters earlier today reveal very basic living conditions.
Tents painted with campaign slogans surrounded by litter and clothes can be seen.
The building is now empty, police obtained a search warrant after receiving reports of individuals at the address were in possession of weapons and were intent on causing criminal damage and engaging in violent disorder.
The Met Police say they have made 32 arrests during the anti-G8 summit protests in central London today.
Alleged offences include violent disorder, possession of pointed/bladed articles and a variety of public order offences.
Almost 1,200 officers were on duty as part of today's policing operation.
Dramatic news footage shows the moment police save a man from potentially falling from the roof of a building in Soho earlier this afternoon.
The man, who is believed to be a protester was seen shouting at police before running towards the edge of the building when officers tackled him to the ground.
Police and protesters clashed in central London this afternoon amid anti-capitalist demonstrations.
Many demonstrators had their faces covered with scarves or masks, however police powers to stop and search in anticipation of violence and to require the removal of disguises were authorised this morning and remain in force.
News footage shows police tackling a protester to the ground in central London.
Six arrests have been made for alleged offences including possession of articles with intent to commit criminal damage, assault on police, criminal damage, possession of an offensive weapon and failing to remove a face covering.
Police say they have made six arrests during the anti-capitalist protests taking place in central London.
Alleged offenses included one for assault on police, one for possession of a weapon and one for failing to remove a mask.
At 10.00 am the Met say officers executed a search warrant at a building in Beak Street after receiving reports that 'individuals were in possession of weapons and were intent on causing criminal damage and engaging in violent disorder'.