Activists opposing the 4a>nuclear deal between Iran and western powers4b> have delivered a letter outlining their objections to 10 Downing Street.
After a demonstration in Whitehall on Sunday attended by more than 30 supporters, pro-Israel grassroots group Campaign For Truth (C4T) handed over the message, which compared the agreement to appeasement of the Nazis.
As what was supposed to be the final round of talks between the P5+1 group of world powers and Iran over a comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear programme was heading to the end of its second, unscheduled week, it was unclear whether a deal could be reached, or whether a deadline to achieve one still existed.
The final round of talks in Vienna on Iran's nuclear programme, which were originally slated to end on Tuesday, have been extended by seven days, as new "red lines" drawn up by Iran's Supreme Leader have greatly complicated matters.
The difficulty of reaching a deal was underlined this week when it emerged that both International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano and Ira