Anti-whaling activitists march to Japanese embassy in London

Scores of activists on Saturday marched through London to the Japanese embassy to condemn the country's plans to resume commercial whaling.

Speakers at the event included author and former politician Stanley Johnson, who is the father of prominent Conservative politician, Boris Johnson.

Japan is facing international condemnation after confirming in December it will resume commercial whaling in July for the first time in more than 30 years.