Protesters marched through central London on Saturday, under the 'No to Austerity, No to Racism' banner, so we asked them about Theresa May's new crew.
We headed to central London for the second massive protest in two weeks in response to early April's Panama Papers revelations.
Let's not forget what the national demonstration is actually about: how austerity erodes housing, health, education, and jobs.
Tensions have been mounting at the university, where some students have been on strike since March against the Liberal government's austerity measures.
"There's definitely some freedom that is taken away from those students, and the fact there are masked individuals is because UQAM has started to criminalize dissent."
A night of rage, tension, chanting, and violence.
It was just one of the many left-wing anti-austerity protests to hit the Canadian city this week.
Quebec's most militant student group has voted to throw out all six of its executive committee after they brought up the possibility of delaying strikes.
There have been rumors of more mass protests in Quebec every year since 2012's "maple spring," but it might actually happen this time around.
An estimated crowd of hundreds of thousands turned out for a “March for Change” led by the leftist party Podemos, which seeks to write off Spain's national debt.