Demonstrators have gathered for a third weekend of Black Lives Matter protests in London amid a heavy police presence.

Scores of protesters assembled at Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park, which took on a picnic atmosphere on Saturday, with groups sitting on the grass and various platforms set up.

A total of 14 police vans surrounded the scene, with Scotland Yard earlier warning previous protests have been marred by a "small minority intent on violence" after more than 100 officers were assaulted in recent weeks.

Separately, another group was filmed chanting "no justice, no peace" as people marched from Vauxhall en route to Parliament Square.

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A total of 10 people have now been charged with offences in connection with the BLM protests and far-right counter demonstrations in London over the past three weekends, Scotland Yard said.

The Met has released images of a further 35 suspects they want to speak to in connection with violence at the protests, with police pelted with missiles, smoke grenades, glass bottles and flares.

Metropolitan Police Commander Alex Murray said: "Whilst the vast majority of people who have attended demonstrations over the past few weeks were not violent.

"There has been a small minority with intent on violence against our officers and others, and this is completely unacceptable and we are working hard to bring offenders to justice.

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"Officers will be making arrests if there is violence.

"We would encourage those planning to attend to use your influence and spread the message that criminal activity and violence will undermine the messages you are wanting people to hear and must be avoided.

"We have a post-investigation team who will gather all the available evidence and bring those identified to justice."