Police have confirmed that a total of 16 people were arrested in Trafalgar Square, Whitehall and nearby streets last night during Margaret Thatcher protests.
Those arrested are aged between 18 and 44 years.
They were arrested for the following offences:
- Drunk & Disorderly: 8
- Affray: 2
- Public Order 2
- Assault on Police 2
- Breach of Peace 1
- Obstructing Police 1
Most of those arrested remain in custody at a central London police station.
Police say that nine people were arrested yesterday in protests at Trafalgar Square last night, all remain in custody.
A police officer at the Trafalgar Square Thatcher protests has been captured on camera telling members of the public that the crowd had been infiltrated by Millwall football fans.
The officer goes on to say that the fans had been causing fights and were throwing bottles - earlier reported to be filled with urine.
Moments later, people are seen throwing bottles at the police and the crowd.
Scuffles broke out between police and anti-Baroness Thatcher protesters holding a 'party' in Trafalgar Square this evening.
Police were heard to tell anti-Thatcher protesters in Trafalgar Square that Millwall football fans had joined the demonstration and were "throwing bottles of urine" at officers.
Millwall supporters were earlier involved in crowd trouble during the club's FA Cup semi-final against Wigan at Wembley.
Metropolitan Police said they arrested five people - on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly or for inflicting grievous bodily harm - at anti-Baroness Thatcher protests in Trafalgar Square this evening.
Minor scuffles have taken place between anti-Thatcher protesters and police in Trafalgar Square.
Scotland Yard said they have an "appropriate policing operation" in place.
Protesters marking the death of Baroness Thatcher in Trafalgar Square broke out into song and cheered when an effigy of the former Prime Minister made its way through the crowd.
Hundreds of people gathered in the rain at London's Trafalgar Square tonight to mark the death of Baroness Thatcher.
Protesters against the former Prime Minister's legacy brought sparklers, party poppers and balloons.
Some drank cider and Champagne while others wore party hats as they chanted slogans about Lady Thatcher, who died on Monday.