Pro-Palestine marchers took to the streets and blocked a road in a busy part of Camden to protest against the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

Camden Police confirmed at 12.33pm today (November 18) that a pro-Palestinian protest took place, with a group walking from Chalk Farm to Camden Town Station and along Camden High Street.

Eversholt Street was temporarily blocked by protestors and motorists were forced to use other routes, but police said there were no wider issues.

More than 11,240 people have been killed in the Gaza conflict since the Hamas attacks on October 7, according to the enclave's health ministry as of Monday (November 13) evening, as cited in a BBC story.

On X, formerly Twitter, Camden Police said: "Officers are present. Their role is to ensure the protest takes place lawfully and safely and that any offences are swiftly dealt with."

Police announced at 2.46pm that the protest in Camden had concluded without incident.

Eversholt Street is clear with cars able to move again.