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Tempers flare over tuition in London

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A demonstrator kicks the window of 30 Millbank during a student protest in central London on Nov. 10. University students protesting against the British government's plans to triple tuition fees forced their way into the headquarters of Prime Minister David Cameron's party on Wednesday. In chaotic scenes, around 20 students got into the lobby of Millbank, a 1960s office building near the Houses of Parliament that houses the Conservative Party, an AFP reporter said.

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Demonstrators break windows at the Conservative Party headquarters building during a protest in central London, Nov. 10, 2010.

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Thousands of protesting students gather outside the headquarters of Britain's Conservative Party in London on Wednesday.

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Tens of thousands of students have taken to the streets in London to protest plans to triple tuition fees at British universities. NBC's Jim Maceda reports.