Brian William Haw (7 January 1949 – 18 June 2011) was an English protester and peace campaigner who lived for almost ten years in a peace camp in London's Parliament Square from 2001, in a protest against UK and US foreign policy. He began the Parliament Square Peace Campaign before the 2001 United States attacks, and became a symbol of the anti-war movement over the policies of both the United Kingdom and the United States in Afghanistan and later Iraq. At the 2007 Channel 4 Political Awards he was voted Most Inspiring Political Figure.
Read more about Brian Haw: Early Life, Personal Life, Parliament Square Protests, Director of Public Prosecutions V Haw, Tucker V Director of Public Prosecutions, January 2008 Injury and Arrest, 2008 London Mayoral Elections, 25 May 2010 Arrest, Illness and Death, In Culture
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