Bilderberg Day 3 - The protestors came in their thousandsThe Grove on Saturday to protest the final day of the controversial Bilderberg Group meeting.
Prominent protestors including American radio DJ Alex Jones, author and conspiracy theorist David Icke and Bilderberg Fringe Festival organiser Charlie Skelton spoke to attendees throughout the afternoon.
The day saw by far the largest crowd of the three-day protest with organisers claiming as many as 2,000 more supporters were prevented from attending due to the capacity limit.
The large police presence – including officers from Hertfordshire, Essex and Thames Valley police – enjoyed good-natured banter with the activists as they queued to enter the protest area.
Alex Jones addresses the Bilderberg protesters.
During his hour-long discussion Jones accused the Bilderberg group of trying to “shut off society” and planning to reduce global population by 80 per cent.
Inside the hotel, figures including Prime Minister David Cameron, chancellor George Osborne, Google CEO Eric Schmidt and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger are meeting to discuss a variety of topics in secret.
Delegates are expected to depart the hotel tomorrow morning.