Terence Bunch

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David Gould and Brian Haw embrace. Davids step-daughter Helen Katherine Jones was killed while travelling on a Piccadilly line train during the London underground bombings in July 2005. He continues to campaign against the hate that the attacks have been used to justify. Parliament Square, London. 5th October 2008. All pictures © Terence Bunch.

The Peace Procession and the Peace Plan. London, UK. 5th October 2008.

By Published Last Edited 2008-10-05 00:00:00

Peace campaigners from all the faiths gather at Westminster Cathedral to carry out the Peace Procession through London.

They are joined by David Gould, whos step-daughter Helen Katherine Jones was killed on a Piccadilly line train at Kings Cross during the bombing of the London underground in 2005.

The Procession marches in sombre mood through London and toward Parliament Square where they sign a petition calling for an end to war in Iraq and Afghanistan which is then handed in to Downing Street.

The procession ends at the base of the memorial to Edith Cavell, a nurse and humanitarian, who was executed by firing squad in Germany on 12th October 1915 for helping soldiers of both sides to escape the squalor of World War One.

London, 5th October 2008.

The campaigners gather at Westminster Cathedral for the multi-faith procession through London.

The campaigners gather at Westminster Cathedral for the multi-faith procession through London.

Maria Gallastegui, organiser of the procession, holds up a bottle of holy water which she will use to bless Parliament.

Maria Gallastegui, organiser of the procession, holds up a bottle of holy water which she will use to bless Parliament.

The procession gets under way, joined by the International Jewish Anti-ionist Network.

The procession gets under way, joined by the International Jewish Anti-ionist Network.

The procession stops at Parliament Square to sign a petition and Peace Plan demanding the British government take steps to bring the now disastrous situation in the Middle-East to an end.

The procession stops at Parliament Square to sign a petition and Peace Plan demanding the British government take steps to bring the now disastrous situation in the Middle-East to an end.

David Gould and Maria Gallastegui sprinkle holy water onto the gates of the British Parliament building.

David Gould and Maria Gallastegui sprinkle holy water onto the gates of the British Parliament building.

Maria Gallastegui waits to enter Downing Street to hand in the petition to the Prime Minister.

Maria Gallastegui waits to enter Downing Street to hand in the petition to the Prime Minister.

David Gould stands at the base of the memorial to Edith Cavell as a fellow campaigner holds up a book of his poetry, dedicated to the loss of Helen.

David Gould stands at the base of the memorial to Edith Cavell as a fellow campaigner holds up a book of his poetry, dedicated to the loss of Helen.

Patriotism is not Enough - Edith Cavell.

Patriotism is not Enough - Edith Cavell.