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Bush UK Visit 'Exclusion Demands' Spark Protest

President Bush may be subjected to the humiliating sight of an effigy of himself being dragged to the ground by anti-war protesters in London’s Trafalgar Square next week. But if police and White House officials have their way, the president, who had the staunch support of Britain’s Prime Minister during the Iraq war, will be spared the embarrassment of seeing a re-run of the toppling of Saddam Hussein’s statue during the Iraq war. British police refuse comment on media reports of demands by White House security staff for vast central London exclusion zones for Bush’s trip, which starts next Wednesday and will be the first official visit to Britain by an American president since that of Ronald Reagan in 1982. Full Story

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