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Egged and shamed A Tory party attendee who waved a picture of Margaret Thatcher at anti-austerity protestors in Manchester on 4 October was egged by the angry crowd. The Conservative party member was among a group of attendees watching the protests from the conference’s secure zone. He was apparently seen waving a copy of The Daily Telegraph and laughing at protestors before the egg hit him square in the forehead. The annual party conference attracted large crowds protesting against recent government welfare cuts. Whilst largely peaceful, the protests were marred by a breakaway group who yelled abuse at journalists and other conference attendees, with the Guardian reporting that a number of individuals had been spat on.
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