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6 December 2010, 09:58 | Updated: 6 December 2010, 14:48
After eleven days protesting inside an historic room in Cambridge University, demonstrators have now moved on.
The group, against the expected rise in tuition fees, was camped inside The Old Schools since the end of last month.
This morning, Cambridge University says the demonstrators left of their own accord after cleaning up the room they've been staying inside.
The university has added that it was a "peaceful end" to the demonstration.
Around 100 demonstrators then moved on to protest outside the Pitt Building on Trumpington Street.
It's as the Cambridge University Council, made up of academic heads, professors and managers, meets inside.
After the meeting of the university council finished, the Cambridge University vice-chancellor then addressed protesters.