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Curated by London College of Communication, participants examined the ways in which art can challenge understanding and change social attitudes to war and justice.

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But moments later the video starts again and the woman can be heard shouting in the background.

The driver returns to the carriage and tells the woman that she has been “quarrelling since Waterloo” and asks her to leave.

This is the moment an angry woman who was “berating” and “spitting” at passengers had to be escorted off the Tube.

The video, which was taken by a commuter, appears to show a woman shouting at commuters and allegedly spitting as she travelled northbound on the Northern Line service from Waterloo.

The driver says: “Do you want us to get the police?

We can get the police madam.” She asks the woman to get off the train and get another one when she is “calmer”.

Saying the allegation against him was ‘completely false’ Pawel Uczciwek, wrote: ‘I would like to confirm I never hit or attacked anyone I simply defused the situation by separating them.

“Edmund Clark’s exhibition ‘War of Terror’ explores the consequences of the ‘war on terror’ by focusing on the hidden processes used by governments to keep citizens safe.

A British Transport Police spokesman said the incident is being investigated as a hate crime, adding: ‘Behaviour like this is totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

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