In Pictures: Anti-racism protests continue as funeral held for George Floyd

Anti-racism protests have continued across the UK as the funeral of George Floyd, the victim of police brutality in Minneapolis, took place in the US.

People during a protest calling for the removal of the statue of 19th century imperialist, politician Cecil Rhodes from an Oxford college which has reignited amid anti-racism demonstrations
In Oxford, crowds attended a protest calling for the removal of the statue of 19th century imperialist Cecil Rhodes (Steve Parsons/PA)
Protesters in front of Oriel College, Oxford, beneath the statue of Cecil Rhodes, during a protest calling for the removal of the statue of 19th century imperialist, politician Cecil Rhodes from the Oxford college which has reignited amid anti-racism demonstrations
The statue is in front of Oriel College, Oxford (Joe Giddens/PA)
People during a protest calling for the removal of the statue of 19th century imperialist, politician Cecil Rhodes from an Oxford college which has reignited amid anti-racism demonstrations
The statue has become the focus of anti-racism demonstrations (Steve Parsons/PA)
People during a protest calling for the removal of the statue of 19th century imperialist, politician Cecil Rhodes from an Oxford college which has reignited amid anti-racism demonstrations
Thousands of people have signed two new petitions calling for the statue to be removed (Steve Parsons/PA)
People during a protest calling for the removal of the statue of 19th century imperialist, politician Cecil Rhodes from an Oxford college which has reignited amid anti-racism demonstrations
Susan Brown, leader of Oxford City Council, suggested the statue should be placed in the Ashmolean or the Museum of Oxford (Steve Parsons/PA)
People during a protest calling for the removal of the statue of 19th century imperialist, politician Cecil Rhodes from an Oxford college which has reignited amid anti-racism demonstrations
One protester had a different suggestion (Steve Parsons/PA)
Black Lives Matter demonstrators outside Downing Street in London
Black Lives Matter demonstrators also gathered outside Downing Street in London (Victoria Jones/PA)
Black Lives Matter demonstrators outside Downing Street in London
George Floyd’s death has sparked a wave of anti-racism protests across the world (Victoria Jones/PA)
Workers prepare to take down a statue of slave owner Robert Milligan at West India Quay, east London, as Labour councils across England and Wales will begin reviewing monuments and statues in their towns and cities
Workers prepare to take down a statue of slave owner Robert Milligan at West India Quay, east London (Yui Mok/PA)
Workers prepare to take down a statue of slave owner Robert Milligan at West India Quay, east London as Labour councils across England and Wales will begin reviewing monuments and statues in their towns and cities
The move came as Labour councils across England and Wales said they will begin reviewing monuments and statues in their towns and cities (Yui Mok/PA)
Graffiti that reads 'Son of slaver and Colonialist Profiteer' has appeared on the statue of Robert Dundas 2nd Viscount Melville, son of Henry Dundas 1st Viscount Melville, in Melville Street, Edinburgh
In Edinburgh, graffiti that reads ‘Son of Slaver and Colonialist Profiteer’ has appeared on the statue of Robert Dundas 2nd Viscount Melville in Melville Street (Jane Barlow/PA)
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