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Several hundred shouting protesters took to the streets of London on Friday to voice their displeasure over the results of Britain’s general election.

The large crowd chanted “Boris Johnson: Not my prime minister” and “Boris, Boris, Boris: Out, out, out,” while holding signs that read, “Defy Tory (Conservative) Rule” and “Refugees Welcome,” Reuters reports.

The article goes on to state the following:

The protesters, according to the wire service, started at 10 Downing St. and then continued to weave through the streets of London, blocking traffic and drawing heavy police presence.

The protesters have been described as “Antifa” in some reports, as they’ve clashed with London police in violent outbursts, demanding an overthrow of the government.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party won a landslide victory on Thursday, earning 365 seats in Parliament, well past the 326 seats needed for a majority, The Hill noted.

Johnson is being compared to President Trump, and his election victory is getting similar reaction from the left as President Trump’s victory received after the 2016 election, when millions of Democrats marched in the streets in protest.

WATCH the shocking videos below to see the massive protests happening in London Friday evening.

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