Thousands of anti-nuclear activists have held a protest with a huge scarf to call on the Government to "wrap up" the Trident nuclear missiles programme.
The pink-coloured scarf, knitted by people across the world, encircled the Ministry of Defence building in central London as part of the demonstration today.
Protesters chanted "Wrap up Trident, ban the bomb now" as they unfurled the scarf down Whitehall and along the River Thames.
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) General Secretary, Kate Hudson, who led the scarf carriers, believed it was at least two miles long.
Millions of people around the country oppose this £100 billion monstrosity, and it's not hard to see why when military figures say Trident's useless.
The protest came just days after a debate was held in the Commons on the future of Trident.
Only 37 MPs backed a motion urging the Government to abandon plans to renew Trident, which CND said showed the "gulf" between Westminster and the British public.