A group of demonstrators used the occasion of the winter solstice on Friday to stage a protest on behalf of the Palestinians at Stonehenge.
The solstice is one of the few times in the year when English heritage allows the public access to the site.
In a video posted on X/Twitter by the Brighton branch of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, people could be seen brandishing Palestinian flags.
They also held a banner, “From the river to the stones, Palestine you’re not alone” - (a play on the notorious chant, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free”, which is widely seen as a call to replace the state to Israel).
Meanwhile, on Saturday, hundreds of demonstrators interrupted Christmas shopping in central London’s Oxford Street by responding to a call from feminist action group Sisters Uncut to “Shut Christmas Down for Palestine”.
The marchers demanded a boycott of brands they said had links to Israel.