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By Tuesday morning more than 6,900 people had signed up to a Facebook page for the NCAFC's protest.
Some students have indicated they could look to sue West Midlands Police over their treatment and NCAFC has said they will offer legal support.
According to police, scuffles first broke out after the protest, which had been called by a loose coalition of student groups called the National Coalition Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC), deviated from the agreed route, which initially involved processing south down Horse Guards Road, crossing the north side of Parliament Square, and turning north into Whitehall, before finishing on Victoria embankment, by the Thames.
The banner read: "Traitors Not Welcome - Hate Clegg Love NCAFC (National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts)".
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