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The Battle of the Beanfield

As I sit down to write, it is twenty years and one hour since the Battle of the Beanfield, perhaps the most brutal police operation in the history of the United Kingdom. On 1 June 1985 police from six counties attacked a convoy of men, women and children who were making their way to Stonehenge. Half an hour later, 420 people had been beaten and arrested and up to 140 vehicles seized.
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