On May 10th, 10 protesters dressed in black in mourning formed a mobile protest around various London landmarks. They were protesting against the Burma junta's refusal to allow aid experts into Burma for Cyclone relief. They also protested at the junta's disgraceful preoccupation with continuing the rigged referendum  on the military biased constitution on May 10th, rather than cyclone relief. See below for Global Day of Action for Cyclone Nargis victims.
The protest had not sought permission, so kept to a maximum of 10 members in a mobile protest. It assembled at Parliament Square and visited Downing Street, the Horse Guards, Trafalgar Square, Burma Embassy, US Embassy, Millennium Wheel, HMS Belfast and Tower Bridge.
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