London, England (CNN) -- Thousands of angry students took to the streets of London Thursday for another protest, as British lawmakers prepared to vote on controversial plans to raise tuition fees.
But despite pleas from organizers for protests to remain peaceful, many students attempted to push through the long lines of police in fluorescent jackets trying to prevent them from accessing Parliament Square.
At the risk of getting bashed, I don't have much sympathy for the students. Britian is having financial problems similar to the US, and they've got to learn that either you pay now or pay later!
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I think we gave at the friggin' office.........................................
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