Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Police pelted with missiles by anti-fascist protesters during far-right Bank Holiday march | Mail Online




A clash between police and an anti-fascism group protesting against a march by the English Nationalist Alliance left two officers injured and resulted in 14 arrests today.
The Unite Against Fascism group took to the streets of Brighton, East Sussex, to protest against the march held by the far-right ENA, but ended up pelting police with missiles.

A Sussex Police spokesman said that the 250 protesters and marchers were kept apart by police but members of the UAF clashed with police.

A total of 14 arrests were made for public order offences, assault and to prevent a breach of the peace.

Police pelted with missiles by anti-fascist protesters during far-right Bank Holiday march | Mail Online

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