New arrests over student protests
Police investigating disorder during the tuition fee demonstrations have made two further arrests.
Charlie Gilmour, 21, the son of Pink Floyd frontman David, was arrested at his home in Sussex.
And a 17-year-old who was allegedly in one of 14 pictures released by police of people wanted in connection with violence at the protest handed himself in.
Gilmour was held on suspicion of violent disorder and attempted criminal damage of the Union flag on the Cenotaph on December 9. He was taken to a Sussex police station where he was also arrested on suspicion of theft.
He apologised after being identified as one of those who climbed on the Cenotaph, the nation's monument to its war dead, as thousands of youngsters vented their fury on Thursday over the decision by MPs to treble university fees to a maximum of £9,000 a year.
The 17-year-old handed himself in shortly before 3pm at a central London police station, where he was arrested on suspicion of violent disorder. He remains in custody.
The arrests took the total held since Thursday to 36. The first 34 have been bailed pending further inquiries.
Detective Chief Superintendent Matthew Horne, leading the investigation, said of the pictures issued: "The rights of protest and expression are important to us all. However, people breaking the law, endangering those protesting peacefully and committing offences such as this are criminals. We will investigate them and where we have the evidence we will arrest them. If you know who any of these people are, please let us know."
Police launched a public order investigation, Operation Malone, to cover all fee protests held from November 10, when students stormed Tory headquarters in Millbank, until Thursday's demonstration in Parliament Square, which left dozens of protesters and officers injured.
Anyone with information about the suspects was urged to call 020 8358 0100 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.