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In July 1962 Oswald Mosley took to Trafalgar Square to hold a rally in favour of the National Party of Europe. Claiming the right to free speech the police allowed the event to go ahead, but were faced with great opposition from an anti-facist crowd resulting in numerous clashes and arrests. Here Mosley and his son Max are escorted to safety by police. Collins was amongst a number of other photographers documenting the rally.
© Estate of Bob Collins/Museum of London