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- proper n. a square in Westminster; the site of Nelson's Column, National Gallery and frequent demonstrations
In London Tariq Ali led a group that broke away from a Martin Luther King memorial in Trafalgar Square and attempted to take over Springer offices.
"Have you dragged the basin of Trafalgar Square fountain?" he asked.
Oh, very well, seriously, then - they mayn't put him up in Trafalgar Square in place of Nelson, but it'll be a close-run thing.
'Take Back Parliament' rally for electoral reform sharing Trafalgar Square with several troupes of Morris Dancers participating in the Westminster Day of Dance.