Coffee chain Starbucks has been hit by protests at branches across the country over its tax arrangements, despite announcing changes to its payments.
One store in Vigo Street, central London, was occupied by protesters at 12pm and then temporarily closed.
Dozens of activists chanted "pay your tax" and waved placards and banners outside, shutting off the street to traffic under the gaze of the police.
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