Sons of the stoned don’t roll too far away from the rock pile.
He would be the first to protest someone freely waltzing into his own living room (if he had one.
Back on the front line… Pink Floyd star’s son joins anarchists in the Battle of St Pancras as demonstrators demanding relaxation of borders storm London Eurostar terminal and clash with police
- The group ‘No Borders’ tried to storm St Pancras railway station to highlight the plight of migrants in Calais
- But they clashed with police, who tried to stop them from entering the Eurostar terminal and pushed them back
- Police brandished their truncheons at protesters as both paint and smoke bombs were thrown into the crowd
- Among the demonstrators was Charlie Gilmour, son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, who was jailed for his part in the 2010 student demonstration
He shocked Britain when he swung from a flag on the Cenotaph as part of a demonstration against student tuition fees.
And last night Charlie Gilmour, the adopted son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, was back on the barricades.
Gilmour, 25, who was handed a 16-month jail sentence for his part in the 2010 student demonstration, was at St Pancras station in North London when about 150 protesters supporting refugee rights armed with smoke and paint bombs clashed with police as they tried to storm the Eurostar platforms.
Charlie Gilmour, the adopted son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, centre, was at St Pancras station when about 150 protesters supporting refugee rights clashed with police