Protesters with placard that read "Cameron Must Go" demonstrate outside the gates to Downing Street during a demonstration organised by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity in central London on April 16, 2016. AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS
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Tens of thousands of people marched through London on Saturday in protest against government spending cuts, with some activists demanding Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation over his family's offshore finances.Some protesters also demanded Cameron quit following revelations that he had shares in an offshore fund set up by his late father, holding up banners saying "Ditch Dodgy Dave" and "Cameron Must Go -- Tories Out!".Some 128 of the 330 Conservative lawmakers in parliament and several of Cameron's own ministers are campaigning against him in favour of leaving the EU ahead of the June 23 vote.Veteran Tory MP Ken Clarke warned Saturday that if Cameron loses the vote, he will be forced out of office.
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