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Andrew Copson opens the rally for Protest the Pope

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Andrew Copson was the first speaker at the rally at the Protest the Pope march. This clip misses his first few words, in which he noted the Pope's criticism of British values.

The huge march filled Whitehall from end to end.

TAGGED: ABUSE, CAMPAIGNS, HUMAN RIGHTS, POPE


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