Thousands of British citizens took the streets in London and Glasgow, five years to the day since the US, the UK and their allies invaded Iraq.
They took to the streets in
A spokesman for the Stop The War coalition, which organised the marches, said that five years after the invasion of
"Estimates suggest as many as one million people have died violent deaths as a result of the occupation of
He said Prime Minister Gordon Brown was sending more troops to
But the Foreign Office disputed Stop the War's conclusions. "In
"In Afghanistan NATO forces are winning the struggle against the Taliban," he added.
Organisers estimated that the
Date created : 2008-03-15