On 9 May, the day after the results of the general election were announced, hundreds of protestors marched on Westminster, demanding the ousting of of the Tory party.

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Protestors hold placards as they demonstrate against 'Tax Dodging' outside the gates to Downing Stree Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images
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A protester waves a flag and holds up a picture of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron.Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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A police officer uses an extendeable baton to strike the hand of a protester.Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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An anti-government protestor is confronted by a policeman during a march down Whitehall.Rob Stothard/Getty Images
Battles between protestors and police.
At least 17 people were arrested following the scuffles at a protest outside the Houses of Parliament.Reuters
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Anti-government protestors gather outside Conservative party headquarters on May 9, 2015 in London, EnglandRob Stothard/Getty Images
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The Conservative party were confirmed as the winners of a closely fought general election.Rob Stothard/Getty Images
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David Cameron returned as Prime Minister, in results which shocked the nation.Rob Stothard/Getty Images
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Anti-government protestors are surrounded by police officers during a protest on Whitehall.Rob Stothard/Getty Images
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An anti-government protestor stands in front of Downing Street. Most of the protestors called for an end to austerity measures, although some demanded the Conservatives' ousting.Rob Stothard/Getty Images
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Anti-government protestors gather outside Downing Street. Between 100-500 people attended the protest, which was organised at short notice on social media.Rob Stothard/Getty Images
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Protestors' signs described the Conservatives as "scum" and "evil". Some protestors reportedly made death threats against David Cameron.Rob Stothard/Getty Images
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A Chelsea pensioner walks past as police arrest a woman during clashes with demonstrators at the gates of Downing Street. The protests were held as VE Day celebrations continued nearby.Phil Noble/Reuters
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Police officers raise their batons as a smoke bomb goes off at the gates of Downing Street.Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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A demonstrator holding a placard walks among crowd retention barriers strewn across Whitehall.Phil Noble/Reuters
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Protesters and police face off at the gates of Downing Street.Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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A police officer keeps a hold on a demonstrator during the protest. Protesters allegedly threw bottles, cans and smoke bombs at riot police. Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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Protesters and police face off at the gates of Downing Street. Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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An injured police officer is helped by a colleague during clashes with demonstrators at the gates of Downing Street. At least four civilians and police officers were injured during the violence.Phil Noble/Reuters
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Some in the UK are questioning how the Conservative Party can be the dominant policial party, after only 37% of voters supporting them.Phil Noble/Reuters
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Another major anti-austerity protest is being planned in London on 20 June. Phil Noble/Reuters