Hundreds of anti-war protesters blasted David Cameron for launching air strikes in Syria at a march through London today.
The Stop the War rally gathered outside BBC Broadcasting House in central London before marching to Downing Street, with the Prime Minister labelled as 'insane' and 'evil' by one activist.
They also took aim at the 66 Labour MP's who voted for the military action against ISIS terrorists, going against party leader Jeremy Corbyn's stance.
Hundreds of people gathered in London today for the Stop the War rally against the Syria bombings
Activists gathered outside BBC Broadcasting House in central London before marching to Downing Street
Prime Minister David Cameron came under fire from protesters and was branded 'insane' and 'evil'