Protesters dragged away by police as they storm Queen’s Jubilee parade on The Mall

A group of men have been dragged off the Mall by police after they ran in front of a parade as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations started.

The men, some wearing plastic crowns, were seen jumping the barriers lining the Mall leading up to Buckingham Palace.

Some of them lay down on the ground in front of a troop of soldiers who were parading up the Mall.

One man was holding a placard as he marched in front of the soldiers, while the soldiers continued to march around the men on the ground.

Police officers quickly grabbed the men and dragged them off the road to the side.

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