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* PRINCE CHARLES' CAR ATTACKED BY PROTESTING STUDENTS - REPORT PRINCE CHARLES found himself under attack on Thursday (09Dec10) when angry students protesting against a huge rise in tuition fees targeted the British royal's car while he was travelling through London, according to reports. The heir-to-the-throne and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, were being chauffeured around when unruly demonstrators on the city's famous Regent Street took aim at the luxury vehicle, kicking the sides of the car, prompting the driver to speed off. The incident was allegedly witnessed by a photographer for the Associated Press. Representatives for the Prince's official residence at Clarence House had yet to issue a comment about the reports as WENN went to press. Protesters clashed with riot police and smashed windows outside the British Parliament on Thursday after lawmakers approved controversial plans to triple the cost of university tuition fees in England, capping it at $13,500 (£9,000) a year. (MT/WNWA/MT) Riot police are called in as student protesters vandalise Prince Charles' car during the Royal Variety performance at the London Palladium. London, England - 09.12.10

Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium

Riot police are called in as student protesters vandalise Prince Charles' car during the Royal Variety performance at the London Palladium. - London, England - Thursday 9th December 2010

Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium
Prince Charles and Palladium

The Prince's Trust Rock Gala 2010 held at the Royal Albert Hall. - London, England - Wednesday 17th November 2010

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country.

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - Belfast, UK

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

Internet boffins at We Are What We Do have helped create the latest online sensation which allows users to pin their own photographs on a street map. The Historypin website means web-surfers can digitally attach pictures to the location they were taken on an internet map. Various national archives have already provided images to be 'stuck' on the site, including a photograph of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana on their wedding day in 1981, waving to crowds at Buckingham Palace, along with several celebration parties which were held across the country. - London, England

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